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Grateful Patient series: Dr. Siviero Agazzi and Joel Lopez.
After years of nagging headaches, Tampa resident Joel Lopez in 2008 was diagnosed with a benign meningioma brain tumor. The 59-year-old artist, with clients like the comic book giant Marvel, came under the care of USF Health Neurosurgeon Dr. Siviero Agazzi.

Neurosurgery at USF Health 

Neurosurgery requires a brilliant mind and capable hands. At USF Health, our team of neurosurgeons are specially trained in every aspect of the brain and spine surgery and takes a multidisciplinary approach in every step of patient care.  

As part of an academic medical center, USF Health Neurosurgery offers patients the most advanced surgical techniques available, taking the most challenging cases while giving patients understanding, knowledge and the confidence they seek in a neurosurgeon.

Here at USF Health, our physicians and their teams treat a range of neurosurgical issues ranging from complex spinal disorders, cerebrovascular and endovascular neurosurgical disorders, functional disorders, tumors that affect the neurosurgical system, and a number of other conditions. 

New Location!

USF Health Neurosurgery is welcoming patients to our new location in Wesley Chapel:

USF Health Wesley Chapel:
2718 Windguard Circle, Suite 101
Wesley Chapel, FL 33544

Call (813) 821-8034 to schedule an appointment

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How to Book an Appointment at USF Health

USF Health and Tampa General Hospital are combining expertise and resources to bring you the best care available in the region. We offer in-person consultations as well as Telehealth appointments.

To book an appointment call (813) 821-8034 or visit our Telehealth page to learn how to book a virtual appointment.

Have an account with MyChart? Simply login to request or manage your next appointment. You can also create your own account by visiting our MyChart page.

Our affiliation with Tampa General Hospital gives our patients access to their health records from both organizations through one MyChart Account. If you currently own a MyChart account with Tampa General Hospital, you do not need a separate account at USF Health.