The Child Neurology Program is based at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital, a 190 bed acute care hospital with single patient rooms, 60 bed NICU, 11 bed PICU, surgical suite and radiology facilities including CT and MRI and a 22.room Emergency Department. The Neurophysiology lab is equipped for EEG, EMG/ NCV, and EP studies. There is a two bed sleep/polysomnography laboratory as well as an additional two beds which are dedicated to Epilepsy Monitoring. Laboratory test results are readily available by computer throughout the institution –clinics, wards, specialty units and offices. Cardinal Glennon Hospital also houses the pediatric outpatient clinics conference rooms and the Child Neurology faculty and resident offices.
Adult Neurology training takes place at Saint Louis University Hospital, a 320 bed acute care facility with state of the art neuroimaging including CT, MRI, , Ultrasoound, SPECT and PET scanning and EEG, EP, EMG/NCV and epilepsy monitoring. SLUH is adjacent to Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital. The hospitals are connected to each other and the Saint Louis University Medical School by tunnel. Adult out patients are seen at the adjacent 10 room Neurology Clinic in the Doctor’s Office Building. Additional training occurs at the Forest Park Hospital, St. Mary’s Hospital and the John Cochran Veteran’s Hospital.
The Department of Neurology and Psychiatry is based at Monteleone Hall adjacent to the School of Medicine and directly across Grand Boulevard from Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. Adult neurology faculty and resident offices, conference and meeting rooms are located here.