The Neurocritical Care Program at Penn Medicine provides care to patients at 3 locations, that include 2 state-of-the-art dedicated neurointensive care units, and an outpatient Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic.


  1. Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP), a Comprehensive Stroke Center, is home to a 22-bed neurointensive care unit.  This Neuro ICU has won multiple prestigious awards for patient care and team-work.  Care is provided to patients with a wide range of conditions, including vascular diseases, such as subarachnoid hemorrhage.
  2. Penn Presbyterian Medical Center (PPMC), a Level I Trauma Center, is home to a 12-bed Neuro ICU.  This Neuro ICU was specifically designed to maximize patient safety and comfort and in 2015 won an award for its architecture by the Society of Critical Care Medicine.  Care is provided to patients with a wide range of conditions, including traumatic brain and spine injury.
  3. The Penn Medicine Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic at 3501 Market Street.  This outpatient clinic, is staffed by internationally renowned neurologists who are experts in TBI.  The clinic provides ongoing care for patients who were discharged from the PPMC Neuro ICU after traumatic brain injury, and also provides consultations and ongoing care to patients who have had mild, moderate, or severe TBI.  

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