For Health Professionals
At the Indiana University Health Neuroscience Center, we want to help you provide the best care possible to your patients. If you are a healthcare provider who would like to refer your patient to IU Health for care, please visit the Indiana University Health 24/7 Transfer Center for more information on how to arrange a safe and efficient patient transfer to any IU Health hospital. To learn more about our critical care transport, visit Indiana University Health LifeLine.
Dedicated Tumor and Neurovascular Conferences
IU Health offers physicians throughout the region an opportunity to discuss case management and treatment pathways with a multidisciplinary team of specialists at weekly conferences. The Brain Tumor Board is an opportunity to collaborate with neuro-oncology, neuro-ophthalmology, neurosurgery, neurology, radiology and clinical staff through Web conferencing or in-person discussion. To join the conference or submit a case for review, please call 317.274.4289
To learn more about our referral process and conferences, please watch this video.
Continuing Medical Education
The Latest in Neuroscience Knowledge
Indiana University Health Neurology & Neurosurgery, one of U.S.News & World Report's 2014 –15 Best Hospitals and ranked in the top 30 neuroscience programs nationwide, offers continuing medical education (CME) centered on the latest breakthroughs. Supported by the Indiana University School of Medicine Division of Continuing Medical Education, neurologists, neurosurgeons and other attendees study the latest treatment options and technology and research with experts who are helping to make these advancements.
The IU Health Neuroscience Center offers a wide range of educational opportunities to maintain your accreditation and provide effective care with positive outcomes. These opportunities include:
- Live learning opportunities, such as conferences, workshops, seminars and more—available throughout the year
- Enduring materials—available online
The IU Health Neuroscience Center offers year-round CME courses; it is located in downtown Indianapolis adjacent to Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital. These live-learning events offer an opportunity for CME credit and provide access to printed learning tools and materials, once enrolled in the course. Neuroscience topics have included vascular neurology, movement and brain disorders, spinal surgery and epilepsy.
CME Inquiries and Registration
For information regarding CME courses at the IU Health Neuroscience Center, including course registration, please contact Aimee Lacey.