Barrow Neurological Institute at Phoenix Children’s Hospital
Congratulations to our Top Docs
Barrow at Phoenix Children's doctors are among the best in the country. That is not just our opinion, others agree!
As nominated by their peers and reported by Phoenix Magazine and U.S. News & World Report the following doctors are recognized as being among the best in their medical specialty:
|Phoenix Magazine||U.S. News & World Report|
|Saunder Bernes, MD||P. David Adelson, MD|
|Robin Blitz, MD||Saunder Bernes, MD|
|John Condie, MD||Robin Blitz, MD|
|Kara Lewis, MD||Beth Haynes, MD|
|Laura Sweetman, MD||Randa Jarrar, MD|
|John Kerrigan III, MD|
|Urzula Kotlow, MD|
Children's Neurology and Neurosurgery
When it comes to caring for children with neurological and behavioral disorders, the old saying is often true:
"It takes a village."
Or, more precisely, it takes multiple medical professionals to care for patients that suffer from complex and interrelated neurological and behavioral conditions. Collaborating to treat these special pediatric patients enhances care and improves outcomes.
At Phoenix Children's Hospital, funding enabled the divisions of neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry, and psychology to come together in one such collaboration: the Barrow Neurological Institute at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
Specialized medical equipment, pediatric patient rooms, and pediatric specialists -- in addition to the hospital's family-centered focus – make the Center uniquely qualified to treat pediatric patients.
The program is looking toward the future by placing a large emphasis on teaching and research activities. All of the divisions within the Institute participate in training Phoenix Children's Hospital's pediatric residents.
The Institute hosts residents from the University of Arizona's adult Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry departments.
The Institute hosts weekly educational seminars for staff and residents.
Beyond training the doctors of tomorrow, the Center also seeks cures for tomorrow with its clinical research program.
Developmental Pediatrics (602) 933-0970
Neurology (602) 933-0970
Neurosurgery (602) 933-0975
Neuro-NICU (602) 546-1454
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (602) 933-2263
Psychiatry (602) 933-0990
Psychology (602) 933-0414