Why Choose Hackensack Meridian Health

Excellence

Our neurology and neurosurgery care services consistently rank among the best in New Jersey, including for stroke, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, brain tumor and multiple sclerosis. We provide treatment and services that address all aspects of care including rehabilitation.

Innovation

Hackensack Meridian Health’s Neuroscience Institute is a leader in the diagnosis and treatment of brain, spine and nerve disorders and for our research to advance the treatment of traumatic brain injury, stroke, brain tumors and Alzheimer’s disease.

Quality

Hackensack Meridian Health was first in the region to have a state-designated Comprehensive Stroke Center and a nationally accredited Primary Stroke Center. Less than 5% of hospitals in the nation meet these rigorous requirements.

Patient Story

” I thought returning to school after my brain injury would be very difficult. But I learned time management tactics and memory skills in rehab that set me up to succeed. The therapists pushed me just enough to get me back into my life. It was exactly what I needed.” — Kajal Patel

Our Doctors

Our neurological experts are equipped to care for the most intricate cases; from our fellowship-trained and board-certified physicians who hold the highest level of training and accreditation possible in their specialty, to our highly skilled nurses, we provide you with the best treatment options possible.

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