Neuro Services

SpecialtyCare is the largest provider of Neuro Services in the nation, providing care to over 130,000 patients every year.

WE ARE the largest provider of neuro services in the U.S.

SpecialtyCare is the largest provider of Neuro Services in the nation, providing care to over 130,000 patients every year. At SpecialtyCare, the health of the patient always comes first. As a partner in Neuro Services, our Neuro professionals are dedicated to providing quality care during the most complex procedures like spine surgery, brain surgery, cardiac surgery, vascular surgery, and general orthopedic surgery. You can rely on our expertise in Neuro Services to reduce risk and help improve patient safety.


Intraoperative neuromonitoring (IONM) is a highly specialized and vital medical service that protects your health and safety by continuously evaluating the function of your nervous system and muscles during surgery.


Deep brain stimulation (DBS) treats the functional characteristics of various movement and psychiatric disorders, including Parkinson’s disease, essential tremor, dystonia, and obsessive compulsive disorder.


An electroencephalogram (EEG) is a test used to evaluate the electrical activity in the brain that may be associated with various brain disorders such as seizure disorders (i.e. epilepsy), encephalitis, brain tumors, memory problems, sleep disorders, stroke, or dementia.


Transcranial doppler (TCD) measures the rate and direction of blood flow inside arterial vessels and is used to diagnose a wide range of conditions affecting the brain following TIA’s, embolisms, CVA’s, vasospasm, subarachnoid hemorrhages, and Sickle Cell Disease.

Want to find out how SpecialtyCare’s Neuro Services can make a difference in your operating room?

Are you curious as to how a SpecialtyCare Neuro Service can potentially make your operating room more efficient, safer for the patient, and staffed with a team that is low in turnover and high in clinical training?


By joining SpecialtyCare, you become a very important part of the surgical and patient care teams, supporting patient diagnosis in the clinic, spine surgery, neurosurgery, cardiothoracic surgery, vascular surgery, and other procedures. Surgeons and physicians have come to trust our team’s skills, knowledge, and judgment during these complex procedures because we are trustworthy, we demonstrate competency and reassurance, and we provide the highest quality feedback with the highest quality of standards in the industry.

At SpecialtyCare, our commitment to patient care includes our Clinical Quality Indicator Program, which tracks neuromonitoring performance and then uses the data to innovate and identify opportunities for improvement. By being a part of such a large number of procedures under complex conditions and by working with world-class surgeons, our physicians and audiologists are the most experienced in the industry. Join SpecialtyCare and start your Neuro Services career today.

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Data & Research Makes Safer Surgery

Because our clinicians partner with surgical teams in hundreds of thousands of cases across the country, SpecialtyCare is able to gather data on techniques that typically aren’t known in remote medical facilities or by other providers with a more limited data set. This is why we’re an industry leader in Neuro Services data.

With the creation of SCOPE™, the SpecialtyCare Operative Procedural Registry, SpecialtyCare has the largest clinical database of its kind. Members of our medical office analyze case data and share the scientific findings to our clinical professionals so that the evidence-based trends and best practices can be shared with our partner surgeons and OR teams across the nation to bring innovation at the local level.

In regards to Neuro Services data and research, SpecialtyCare also uses the medical expertise of advisory boards that include healthcare experts and industry-leading physicians, surgeons, anesthesiologists, neurologists and clinicians. They work closely with our chief medical officer, as well as members of our medical office. Together, they provide:

  • Insight into perfusion, neuromonitoring, surgical assistance, and clinical technician environments
  • Recommendations through data to advance medical systems, including quality indicators, procedural guidelines, and improvement initiatives
  • Guidance to ensure the best possible care to our patients
  • Assistance in developing and maintaining positive relationships with the medical, perfusion, surgical assistance, and clinical technician communities
  • Collaborations that include ideas for growing hospitals’ business and for improving recruitment of clinical staff
  • Ongoing input for our continuing education programs