The Loma Linda University Health Department of Neurology is committed to expert, whole-person patient care in a compassionate setting. We unite state-of-the-art technology, specialty-trained experts, and a collaborative approach to deliver comprehensive services for our patients.
Our strong tradition of clinical education ensures that we meet our mission of excellent patient care, to train the next generation of neurologists, and advance clinical research.
Our Clinical Centers offer patients the best care possible by combining experts in a collaborative and integrative setting, allowing us to diagnose and treat even the most challenging conditions. Our comprehensive services include working closely with colleagues in Neurosurgery, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Orthopedics, Psychiatry, Pediatric Neurology, Geriatric Medicine, and many others.
Our Centers provide a platform to optimize multidisciplinary care with Physical, Occupational, Speech, and Respiratory Therapy, Nutritionists, psychologists, and other ancillary services. They provide a setting to foster both neurology and interdisciplinary clinical research.
Our neurologists also treat general neurological disorders and may refer patients with specific conditions to a colleague that specializes in those conditions.
We serve patients at a variety of locations in Southern California, primarily in the Inland Empire. Outpatient clinics are located in Loma Linda, with additional regional clinics in Murrieta and Newport Beach. We are affiliated with the Riverside University Medical Center in Riverside as well as the Jerry L. Pettis Veterans' Affairs Medical Center in Loma Linda. For detailed locations with maps, contact information, conditions treated and procedures performed, please click here.
The Department of Neurology offers the following educational opportunities:
- For medical students, a six-week Neurology clerkship
- A four-year (PGY1-4) Integrated residency in Clinical Neurology
- A one-year Fellowship in Clinical Neurophysiology with a focus on Neuromuscular Disorders and Electromyography
For more information on these programs, please refer to the above links.