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Neurological Conditions Treated at University of Colorado Hospital

With just the right balance of patient care, research and education, University of Colorado Hospital provides the highest quality neurological and neurosurgical care.

Our neurosciences practice is nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Report, and 70% of our Neuro ICU nurses have CCRN (Critical Care Registered Nurse) or CNRN (Certified Neuroscience Nurse) board certifications.

We diagnose and treat a broad range of neurological conditions with diagnostic precision, proven therapies and a multi-disciplinary, collaborative team approach.

Excellence in Brain Care and Neuroscience

Each of our patients is looked after by a team of professionals, not just one person. As a result, our patients consistently exhibit better outcomes and have higher survival rates for many types of neurological conditions.

Our Beacon Award for Excellence

The American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) recently conferred a gold-level Beacon Award for Excellence on the Neuro ICU at UCH.


UCH neurosciences outcomes 2013 book

Compare Our Outcomes

University of Colorado Hospital is the largest provider of comprehensive neurological and neurosurgical care in the Rocky Mountain region. We lead the state in the amount and quality of care to patients with a range of neurologic disorders including epilepsy, movement disorders, neuroimmunology/multiple sclerosis, and neuro-oncology.

Our inpatient neuroscience services include dedicated general neurology and stroke services, with the region's largest deep brain stimulation program. We offer the only Neuro ICU in the state.

Many of the patients who come to us for neurological treatment were referred here by physicians who recognize our expertise in proven therapies and our high quality of care.

Go to our online book to learn more about our treatment outcomes.

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    This course is a 2 ½ day comprehensive course addressing fundamental management principles for the first 24 hours of critical care. The course purpose is to better prepare the non-intensivist and the multidisciplinary critical care team for the first 24 hours of management of the critically ill patient until transfer or appropriate critical care consultation can be arranged. Preparation of the multidisciplinary critical care team is optimized for management of acute deterioration of the critically ill patient. The FCCS course utilizes both lecture/didactic material and skills stations with simulation for integration of practice concepts in critical care.

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