The Winthrop neuroscience office (Winthrop Neuroscience Medical, P.C.) provides high quality neurological services in a comfortable suite staffed by caring professionals. Our neurologists are also members of the academic Neuroscience Department at NYU Winthrop Hospital, where they are actively involved in teaching and treating patients. Our attending Neurologists are board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and have advanced sub-specialty training and hold university teaching appointments. Our technologists are licensed and specialty trained.
The Winthrop Neuroscience office is conveniently located at 200 Old Country Road, Suite 370, Mineola, New York two short blocks from NYU Winthrop Hospital with an attached parking garage. The friendly staff provides rapid check-in procedures and attention. The comfortable reception areas and examination rooms reflect our staff’s concern for your comfort. Your appointments and insurance authorizations are scheduled as quickly as possible in one convenient location.
Our physicians that follow up with patients at the Winthrop Neuroscience Medical, P.C. are the same physicians who attend to their patients in the Neuroscience Units within NYU Winthrop Hospital. Our Neurologists, Neuro intensivists, Vascular Neurologists and Epileptologists can closely examine their patients along with a team of specially trained, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, technicians along with advanced monitoring technology.
The Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit includes 14 acute-care beds, six step-down beds, and an expert team of neurosurgeons, neurointensivists, neurologists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and nurses with extensive training in neurocritical care and the use of advanced monitoring technology. They work as a team to orchestrate the complex range of testing and immediate interventions required to minimize immediate or delayed brain damage and maximize the chances for a full recovery. Established in 2002, the Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit was the first of it’s kind on Long Island.