The U.S. News & World Report’s annual survey of hospitals is considered the pre-eminent source for excellence.
For the 2021-2022 evaluations, U.S. News evaluated 1,248 hospitals and ranked the top 50 that treat many challenging neurological patients for brain hemorrhage, conditions affecting the central nervous system, spinal disorders and injuries, degenerative nervous system diagnoses such as MS, care for stroke, seizures, meningitis and more.
The top-scoring hospitals are listed below.
To find out more, click here:https://health.usnews.com/best-hospitals/rankings/neurology-and-neurosurgery
And to find recommended neurologists, click on this link:https://health.usnews.com/doctors/neurologists
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“There is in life a suffering so unspeakable, a vulnerability so extreme, that it goes far beyond words. In the face of suffering all we can do is bear witness so no one needs to suffer alone.” – Rachel Remen
Sometimes it’s impossible to put into words what we have experienced. What we have gone through. Words can’t capture it. They seem inadequate.
And yet there is this pressure to articulate, to share – what can’t be said or spoken.
The impact’s too profound.
We’re spaced out. And we reeling. We’ve lost all contact with time.
But what we need is human contact. Someone there, to be with us. To sit with us in silence. To witness all that pain.
We don’t need words, and answers. We don’t need trite advice.
We need the gift of presence.
And that will be enough.