Tampa General Hospital has served as a primary teaching facility for USF Morsani College of Medicine since 1971. West central Florida's only level 1 trauma center, TGH also serves as a specialty referral center for the region. Within the past few years the hospital completed an expansion that includes a new emergency department and increased bed capacity of approximately 1,000. Located on the waterfront in scenic downtown Tampa, TGH provides an ideal environment for resident training. There are three neurology services at TGH. The General Neurology Inpatient service is for patients that need to be admitted to the hospital for primary neurologic needs with the exception of cerebrovascular disease. This service also provides emergency room coverage for neurology consultations. The Consult Neurology Service provides consultation in regards to all general neurology conditions excluding cerebrovascular disease that are admitted throughout the hospital. The Vascular Neurology service is a comprehensive stroke service comprising TPA administration, intravascular intervention, and neurocritical care management of patients. TGH is tertiary care hospital with aeromed services which provides care in a 200 mile radius. Residents do a majority of their neurology inpatient training at this location
Affiliated with the USF Morsani College of Medicine since its founding, the James A. Haley VA Hospital has 327 acute care beds and one of the busiest outpatient clinic system of any VA facility in the country. The hospital serves as one of four polytrauma centers nationwide that care for service men and women who have sustained significant combat casualties. Located across the street from the main campus, the hospital has convenient access to all of the College of Medicine's facilities including clinics and main library. Residents spend the remainder of their inpatient ward months at the VA.
Located on the main USF campus, a brand new, state of the art medical clinic, the Morsani Center represents the cutting edge of medical care delivery. These facilities include clinics for neuromuscular conditions including the comprehensive ALS clinic, multiple sclerosis, headache and facial pain, and movement disorders clinics including those specifically for Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, and ataxia.
The James A. Haley VA clinical facilities are among the busiest of any VA institution in the country. Residents will be in charge of their own continuity patients as well as rotate through a variety of subspecialty clinics, including a comprehensive pain management program, ALS clinic, neuroradiology, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, and Parkinson’s disease.
This outpatient facility located on the Tampa General Hospital Campus contains subspecialty clinics, including epilepsy, vascular neurology, neuromuscular disease, and headache and facial pain.