Tampa General Hospital (TGH): The flagship hospital for the USF Department of Neurosurgery and Brain Repair. This 800+ bed Level I Trauma Center serves as the main tertiary care facility for West Central Florida. Less than five minutes from downtown Tampa, TGH receives neurosurgical patients from all parts of Florida and the greater southeast region. There are 32 dedicated, state of the art neurological ICU beds. The neurosurgical service typically runs 3-4 operating rooms daily on average. Over 1500 cases annually are performed by the department covering all aspects of neurosurgery. These include complex spine, cerebrovascular, skullbase, neurosurgical oncology, functional neurosurgery, pediatric, and peripheral nerve operations, for example. The hospital has also expanded with new interventional radiology suites to accommodate our increasing endovascular neurosurgical volume. Further investments in intraoperative MRI are more examples of a continued commitment toward neurosurgical excellence.
Moffitt Cancer Center: This is the only NCI Comprehensive Cancer Center in the state of Florida. Moffitt provides comprehensive multidisciplinary care for patients with primary and metastatic diseases of the CNS. Over 800 procedures are performed annually at this facility including skull base and complex spinal reconstruction for primary and metastatic disease in addition to CyberKnife treatments.
James A. Haley Veterans Administration Hospital (JAH VA): The anchor hospital of VISN-8, JAH VA is a regional referral center for the VA system. This 400+ bed hospital is the busiest of only four polytrauma facilities in the United States, and it boasts national award-winning spinal cord and brain injury rehabilitation centers.
All Childrens' Hospital (ACH): This nationally recognized facility is the only free standing children's hospital in West Central Florida. The pediatric neurosurgery group provides care for much of the pediatric population throughout the state, and performs over 500 cases annually. A brand new, state of the art, 10-floor hospital opened in early 2010.