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Department and Faculty

The Department of Neurology at Mayo Clinic Florida adopted a Neurohospitalist model to provide coverage to the inpatient general neurology and consultative services in 2007. This model has proven effective in delivering high-quality inpatient neurological care, promoting resident and fellow education, and offering a platform for inpatient neurological research.
The Neurohospitalist Faculty at Mayo Clinic Florida serve as national and international leaders in this emerging and rapidly growing subspeciality:

  • Kevin Barrett, M.D.
    • Associate Editor, Frontiers in Hospitalist Neurology & Neurohospitalist
    • Executive Committee, American Academy of Neurology, Neurohospitalist Section
  • James Meschia, M.D.
    • Editor-in-chief, Frontiers in Hospitalist Neurology
  • Benjamin H. Eidelman, M.D.
    • Former Neurology Residency Program Director
  • William Freeman, M.D.
    • Associate Editor, Frontier in Hospitalist Neurologys & Neurohospitalist
    • Executive Committee, American Academy of Neurology, Neurohospitalist Section
  • Thomas Brott, M.D.
    • Director of Research, Mayo Clinic Florida

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Advisers
The Program Director will serve as a faculty adviser who can provide comprehensive educational advice and personal support.

The Program Director will counsel the fellow on the use of elective time to tailor the program to the fellow's individualized learning plan. The Program Director will serve as a contact point, introducing you and your family to Mayo Clinic and the communities in which you will train.

Visiting Professors
Many prominent professors visit Mayo Clinic each year. They present their work during morning and late afternoon lectures. Residents and fellows are encouraged to take full advantage of these opportunities to interact with experts from other academic centers and are relieved from clinical assignments to do so.

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