We understand that navigating through health care options can be a challenge, even in the best of circumstances. It is our goal to provide all patients with exceptional care, and that includes taking uncertainty out of the process as much as possible. In this section, we will walk you through a descriptive pictorial experience of what you will likely find as a patient with us.
Before you even walk through our door, we want you to feel prepared. Whether it’s getting directions or finding paperwork, we’ll show you what you need to know to prepare for your first visit with your neurosurgeon.view more
We know that the prospect of any surgery can be intimidating, and we want to help. Here, you’ll find valuable information to help you feel empowered and prepared for your upcoming procedure.view more
At the Department of Neurosurgery we understand that family members and visitors have their own needs and concerns when helping a loved one on their path to health. Find information about what to expect as a visitor here.view more
It is likely that you will have follow-up appointments with your physician as you continue on your path to health. You can learn more about these appointments here.view more
Find additional resources here including how to go about getting your post-operative questions answered and setting up physical therapy treatment.view more
We have many wonderful and long-standing relationships with our past patients and would love to hear about how Columbia Neurosurgery has impacted your life. Follow our social media channels, read our latest news and contact us if you’d like to add YOUR story to our many success stories.view more
When you schedule your surgery, you will have the opportunity to sit down with one of our nurses or nurse practitioners to discuss the pre- and postoperative process, so you’ll know what to expect before and after surgery.view more
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