The program is located at two hospitals: Brigham and Women's Hospital and Boston Children's Hospital.
At Brigham and Women's Hospital, the outpatient clinic is a dedicated surgical outpatient clinic with examining rooms, conference and consultation rooms, and a film-viewing area. The inpatient facility is shared with Neurology on the 10th floor of the inpatient tower. The Neuro ICU is a twenty bed facility in the same building and is staffed by attending staff from Neurosurgery and Neurology.
The inpatient facility at Boston Children's Hospital is located on the 9th floor of the Main Hospital Building and is shared with the Department of Neurology. Completed in 1990, these facilities are very comfortable for patients, their families and the doctors and staff caring for them. The ICU is a multi-disciplinary unit staffed by anesthesiologists and intensivists. The outpatient facility at Boston Children's Hospital is located in the Fegan Building. The clinic is equipped with exam rooms, a large work area, a chart room, and discussion/teaching areas.
Elective surgical cases are scheduled Monday through Wednesday and Fridays. Thursday is reserved for weekly conferences and emergency surgeries. Boston Children's Hospital has one or two operating rooms for Neurosurgery four days per week. The Brigham and Women’s Hospital has three or four operating rooms dedicated to neurosurgical cases for each of those four days. The Brigham also offers the Intraoperative MRI facility, which is used by neurosurgery a minimum of three days a week. All operating rooms offer state of the art equipment including microscopes, lasers, frame-based and frameless image-guided surgery systems.