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IU Health Neuroscience Center

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IU Health and Indiana University School of Medicine are partnering to bring you the best in neurological care—combining the best doctors, most advanced treatments and latest research breakthroughs into one convenient facility.

The IU Health Neuroscience Center—located just south of IU Health Methodist Hospital in downtown Indianapolis—is a premier center that combines our comprehensive neurological services into a single location for a more integrated approach to your care.

The center, combined with nationally ranked expertise and a recent expansion of the neurosurgical suites at IU Health Methodist Hospital, provides you with superior neurological care and treatment.

About IU Health Neuroscience Center

The IU Health Neuroscience Center—located just south of IU Health Methodist Hospital in downtown Indianapolis—is a premier center that combines our comprehensive neurological services into a single location for a more integrated approach to your care.

The center, combined with nationally ranked expertise and a recent expansion of the neurosurgical suites at IU Health Methodist Hospital, provides you with superior neurological care and treatment.

Parking Instructions

The IU Health Neuroscience Center is located in downtown Indianapolis at 362 W. 15th St, just south of Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital. Parking is available for a nominal fee in the attached parking garage.

Entering the Building

IU Health Neuroscience Center staff members are here to help you and are happy to do so. We will direct you and your family to the appropriate suite and help answer any questions you may have. If you have any questions or concerns about coming to IU Health Neuroscience Center, please call 317.948.5450.

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Parking Instructions

The IU Health Neuroscience Center is located in downtown Indianapolis at 362 W. 15th St, just south of Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital. Parking is available for a nominal fee in the attached parking garage.

Entering the Building

IU Health Neuroscience Center staff members are here to help you and are happy to do so. We will direct you and your family to the appropriate suite and help answer any questions you may have. If you have any questions or concerns about coming to IU Health Neuroscience Center, please call 317.948.5450.

Medical Services

Behavioral Health

Our Behavioral Health experts treat addictions, anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, eating disorders, suicidal thoughts and behaviors, anxiety and other mental health conditions.

Cancer

Cancer care includes a variety of treatments, systematic therapies, surgery and clinical trials.

Ear, Nose & Throat

Otolaryngologists (ENT specialists) diagnose and treat disorders of the ear, nose and throat, including tumors of the head and neck. Now offering virtual visits.

Neurology

Neurology treats problems with the brain and spine such as seizure, brain tumor, head trauma or stroke.

Neurosurgery

Neurosurgery treats conditions that affect the brain, spine and nerves, including aneurysms, tumors and injuries.

Radiology & Imaging

Radiology and imaging produce images of inside the body to allow diagnosis of medical conditions.