A 360-degree Tour of Our Facility
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Opened in 2021, the Neuroplex serves as the “front door” of Barrow Neurological Institute and is home to the Petznick Stroke Center, neuro-infusion suite, and neuro-oncology clinic.
The Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust Atrium in the first floor of the Neuroplex.
A procedure room in the Neuroplex.
A Neuroplex exam room.
The neuro-infusion suite.
The MRI suite.
The reception area for neuro-infusion, the Petznick Stroke Center, and neuro-oncology.
The waiting room in the Petznick Stroke Center.
The second-floor bridge and waiting area.
The Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center
The Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center is the largest treatment and outreach program for Parkinson’s disease and movement disorders in the Southwestern United States and offers neurology residents extensive experience with the diagnosis and treatment of these diseases.
The conference room in the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center.
An exam room in the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center.
The Gregory W. Fulton ALS & Neuromuscular Disease Center
The Gregory W. Fulton ALS & Neuromuscular Disease Center is a model for offering complete care within a single center while providing access to advanced clinical trials and promising basic science research.
A procedure room in the Fulton ALS Center.
Robert F. Spetzler Neuroscience Tower
The Robert F. Spetzler Neuroscience Tower is the advanced hub for inpatient neurological care at Barrow. Here, neurology residents get immersive experiences in neurocritical care, epilepsy monitoring, and more. It is also home to our emergency room, offering vast exposure to neurotrauma practice.
A break room in the Spetzler Neuroscience Tower with expansive views of Midtown Phoenix.
Conference Rooms and Presentation Spaces
Our department hosts a vibrant collection of weekly teaching rounds, case conferences, and group learning sessions, in addition to annual meetings, conferences, and symposia. These collaborations take place in state-of-the-art facilities replete with technology to enhance your educational experience and facilitate clinical discussion.
The Sonntag Educational Pavilion.
The Eller Telepresence Room.
The Goldman Auditorium.