Neurology and Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Bayview
The Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center is on the eastern edge of Baltimore, just minutes from the Baltimore County line. Neurologists and neurosurgeons see patients in the 301 Building, an outpatient facility on the eastern side of campus.
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Message from the Director
The Department of Neurology at Johns Hopkins Bayview offers a full range of specialized, comprehensive services ranging from neuro-intensive care to outpatient consultations for people with conditions such as stroke, headache, epilepsy, movement disorders, memory disorders, hydrocephalus, Alzheimer's disease, sleep disorders and neuromuscular problems. Our mission is to deliver patient-centered care through specialized multidisciplinary teams and build a sense of community and opportunity to foster collaborative research programs that will improve the lives of our patients.
Rafael Llinas, M.D., Director
Professor of Neurology
Message from the Director
The Department of Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Bayview offers a comprehensive range of services supported by state-of-the-art facilities and technology. Our experts provide advanced treatments for primary and metastatic brain tumors, as well as cutting-edge endovascular and surgical treatments for cerebral aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations, hemorrhagic and ischemic stroke and all spinal and CSF disorders. Our team is dedicated to improving the lives of all patients we serve, one patient at a time.
Judy Huang, M.D., Director
Andrea Blaine, MPAS, PA-CPhysician Assistant
Helen Kindelan, MMS, PA-CPhysician Assistant
Elizabeth Marinaro, MSPA, PA-CPhysician Assistant
Specialty: Inpatient (Cerebrovascular disorders and Chiari Malformation)
Roma Patel, MMS, PA-CPhysician Assistant
Specialty: Inpatient (spine)
Intraoperative CT at Johns Hopkins Bayview
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center was the first hospital in Maryland with a dual-room intraoperative CT scanner and image-guided surgery system for neurosurgery. The intraoperative CT (iCT) and image-guided surgery system let surgeons see things that otherwise can’t be seen during complex brain, spine and trauma surgeries. All images from the iCT are available in real time and allow for high-accuracy image-guided surgery.
Voices from Johns Hopkins Bayview's Patient-Family Advisory Council
In 2013, Eric Rittmeyer's wife Karlyn suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm and was transferred by Lifeline MEDEVAC to Johns Hopkins Bayview. Find out more about their experience at the Medical Center.