Facilities used by UofL Department of Neurosurgery
University of Louisville Hospital (ULH)
University of Louisville Hospital is a unique regional health care resource. As a Level I trauma center and the leading academic medical center in the area, University Hospital offers patients the benefits of the latest research, equipment and expertise.
530 S. Jackson St. Louisville, KY 40202
502-562-3000 | 800-891-0947
Neurosurgery Clinic (ACB CLINIC)
Our resident-run outpatient clinic.
Ambulatory Care Building, 1st floor 550, S. Jackson St.,
Louisville, KY 40202
Baptist Hospital East (BHE)
Baptist Hospital East is Louisville's preferred East End medical center, with specialized services for neurosciences, women's health, cancer, heart, orthopedics, emergency care, rehabilitation, sleep disorders, occupational health, and behavioral health, including psychiatric and chemical dependency care.
4000 Kresge Way, Louisville, KY 40207
Jewish Hospital (JHSMH)
Jewish Hospital is a 517-bed, internationally renowned, high-tech tertiary referral center located in downtown Louisville, developing leading-edge advancements in a vast number of specialties and services. Many of the hospital’s clinical programs have achieved national rankings for excellence.
200 Abraham Flexner Way, Louisville, KY 40202
Kentucky Spinal Cord Injury Research Center (KSCIRC)
The KSCIRC is performing nationally recognized research in spinal cord regeneration. The Center presently accommodates six Principal Investigators and more than 30 staff members in 10,000 sq. ft. of newly renovated research space. Ongoing research areas include neuroprotection after spinal cord injury, stem cells, gene therapy, cell transplantation, neurotrophic factors, and surgical repair.
511 S. Floyd St. Louisville, KY 40292
Fresh Tissue Dissection Lab
The Fresh Tissue Dissection Lab is an outstanding resource for all surgical residents, believed to be the largest and best-equipped facility for fresh tissue dissection and surgical anatomy in the United States. The laboratory is linked by fiber optic cable to four auditorium and classroom sites, with access through several hospitals to satellite up-links, and is the model for the development of later facilities at Duke and Stanford Universities. The Neurosurgery Department holds 8-10 workshops per year in the lab, and residents are welcome at all times in the lab to practice their skills.