Conditions affecting the brain are often mysterious and stressful, which is why you need a team at your side. Clinical expertise, compassionate patient care and research are important parts of neurosciences at Banner Health.
We bring together teams of neurologists, neurosurgeons and other brain specialists to help you find the care you need. Our patients include those suffering from diseases, disorders and injuries that affect the brain, spine and nervous system.
Neurological Conditions We Treat
We treat a wide range of conditions of the brain, spine and nervous system, from Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease to stroke, brain tumors, spinal cord injuries and concussions.
We sponsor and participate in clinical trials so patients have access to the latest neurological diagnostic tests and neurological treatment options.
Neurology Specialty Centers
To treat stroke in adults, we have certified stroke centers across Arizona and Colorado. Our certified stroke centers include:
When it comes to caring for children, Cardon Children's Medical Center and Diamond Children's Medical Center offer special care for kids with conditions of the brain, spine and nervous system.
We’re world-renowned for our research into Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other neurological conditions at Banner Sun Health Research Institute in Sun City, Arizona. We’re also a Center of Excellence for Alzheimer's care and research at Banner Alzheimer's Institute in Phoenix, Arizona.
Neurosciences & Stroke Services in Your Area
2400 Edison St
Brush, CO 80723
Excellence in Neurological Care
At East Morgan County Hospital, we bring world-class neurological care to the Brush area through our Telestroke program. We’ve partnered with Swedish Medical Center in Englewood, Colorado, to make that possible.
Innovative Treatment Options
Every second counts when it comes to treating strokes. When our team members suspect a patient is having a stroke, we bring in a sophisticated robot that communicates with a neurologist at Swedish Medical Center.
With the robot and its two-way communication equipment, the neurologist can diagnose the patient and decide if the patient should be moved to a different facility. This advanced technology makes it possible for the neurologist in Englewood to interview the patient and his or her family members, and the doctor can provide valuable consultations on the plan of care.
This advanced technology is just part of our commitment to bring the highest-quality care possible to our patients and their families.