Phone: (614) 722-4625
Fax: (614) 722-4633
Referrals to Neurology are accepted from health care providers only. Please have your physician call (614) 722-6200 for more information. To view a list of our clinics, please click below.
in the news
July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013
Total Discharges: 1,193
Inpatient Discharges: 1,038
Observation and Outpatient-in-a-Bed Discharges: 155
Total Patient Days*: 2,333
Average Length of Stay*: 2.2
Average Daily Census*: 6.4
Inpatient Consults: 683
Total Clinic Visits: 13,848
Dublin Neurology Clinic Visits: 3,304
East Broad Neurology Clinic Visits: 389
Ironton Neurology Clinic Visits: 131
Mansfield Neurology Clinic Visits: 71
Neurology Clinic Visits: 9,155
Westerville Neurology Clinic Visits: 496
Springfield Neurology Clinic Visits: 54
Stroke Clinic Visits: 248
Total Clinic Visits: 1,447
MDA Clinic Visits: 586
Westerville Neuromuscular Disorders Clinic Visits: 613
Neuromuscular Disorders Clinic Visits: 248
*Excludes Observation and Outpatient-in-a-Bed Cases.
As a leading national program, our specialists are experts in treating a broad range of pediatric neurological disorders. But we don’t stop there. Nationwide Children’s Hospital is home to renowned expertise in highly specialized areas of pediatric neurology, such as epilepsy, sleep medicine, neuromuscular disorders, stroke, intracranial hypertension, headache, neurodevelopmental disabilities and more. This allows us to offer comprehensive, family-centered care. We participate in clinical and basic-science research programs, and our faculty has prominent roles in local, national, and international organizations. For these reasons, The Division of Child Neurology at Nationwide Children’s Hospital is recognized as a leader in pediatric neurological disorders.
EEG (Routine, Extended, 1/2 Day, All Day, Overnight Long Term Monitoring, Cortical Grid Monitoring, Electrocorticography, Ambulatory EEG)
Evoked Potentials (Brainstem Auditory Evoked Response, Somatosensory Evoked Response, visual Evoked response)
Intraoperative Evoked Potential Monitoring
Guillain Barre Syndrome
Jo Ellen Lee, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in the Section of Neurology at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, has been awarded the 2014 Claire Chee Award for Excellence in Child Neurology Nursing by the Association of Child Neurology Nurses. Mrs. Lee was selected because of her superb clinical skills with expertise in pediatric stroke and headache. The award committee cited Mrs. Lee for her ability to take on complicated patients, critically think through clinical problems, effectively address these problems and provide the family/patient with a positive experience. In addition to her work at Nationwide Children's Hospital, Mrs. Lee is an adjunct clinical instructor at The Ohio State University College of Nursing. She is also an active member of the Association of Child Neurology Nurses, currently serving as Secretary.