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Neurosurgery Clinic

The Neurosurgery Clinic at UCSF Medical Center provides a broad spectrum of services — from comprehensive evaluations, treatment planning, surgery and rehabilitation — for conditions ranging from brain tumors to nerve disorders. A team of leading experts including neurologists, neuroradiologists and radiation oncologists provides care. Our patients also benefit from the research conducted at UCSF and the new treatments and medical devices developed here.

As part of this clinic, the Center for Management and Surgery of Peripheral Nerve Disorders evaluates and treats peripheral nervous system disorders, from carpal tunnel syndrome to congenital nerve damage. The team includes experts in neurology, neuropathology, neurogenetics, electrophysiology and rehabilitation. Patients have access to the latest diagnostic techniques, including electromyogram and nerve conduction studies, neurography, 3T MRI and spectroscopy.

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Getting Here

Neurosurgery Clinic
400 Parnassus Ave., Eighth Floor
San Francisco, CA 94143
Phone: (415) 353-7500
Fax: (415) 353-2889

Hours: Monday to Friday
8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Additional Locations
Greenbrae, CA
Napa, CA

What to Bring

  • Health insurance information including authorizations or referrals
  • List of prescription medications and dosages
  • List of medications that you're allergic to
  • List of questions you may have
  • Recent test results related to your condition
  • Paper and pencil to take notes

Access Your Health Information Online

This clinic uses UCSF MyChart, an online patient service. Message your provider, request medication refills, view some test results and more.

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Parking

Parking at Parnassus

Public parking for an hourly fee at UCSF Medical Center is available in the seven-level Millberry Union Garage at 500 Parnassus Ave. There are two garage entrances — one on the north side of Parnassus Avenue and another on Irving Street, just east of Third Avenue.

Another garage with an hourly fee, at 350 Parnassus Ave., is open Monday to Friday from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Metered street parking is rarely available.

Patients being admitted to the hospital may be dropped off at the circular driveway leading to the main entrance at 505 Parnassus Ave. This area also may be used to pick up patients who are being discharged.

For more information about parking at Parnassus, call Campus Parking Services at 476-2566.

Valet Parking Service

Valet parking service is available at the Ambulatory Care Center (ACC) at 400 Parnassus Ave. from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The valet service is free but patients must pay regular parking fees. For more information about the valet service, call (415) 476-6200.

A UCSF "greeter" also is available at the ACC from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. to assist patients find their way.

Public Transportation

Parnassus

UCSF Medical Center is accessible via Muni streetcar line N-Judah*, which stops at Second Avenue and Irving Street, and the following Muni bus lines, which stop in front of the hospital:

  • 43-Masonic*
  • 6-Parnassus

For more information about Muni visit, www.sfmuni.com.

* Wheelchair accessible bus routes

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Clinic Team

Mitchel Berger
Dr. Mitchel Berger,
neurosurgeon
Manish Kumar Aghi
Dr. Manish Kumar Aghi,
neurosurgeon
Christopher Ames
Dr. Christopher Ames,
neurosurgeon
Edward F. Chang
Dr. Edward F. Chang,
neurosurgeon
Dean Chou
Dr. Dean Chou,
neurosurgeon
Michael  C. Huang
Dr. Michael C. Huang,
neurosurgeon
Michel Kliot
Dr. Michel Kliot,
neurosurgeon
Sandeep Kunwar
Dr. Sandeep Kunwar,
neurosurgeon
Michael Lawton
Dr. Michael Lawton,
vascular neurosurgeon
Michael McDermott
Dr. Michael McDermott,
neurosurgeon
Praveen Mummaneni
Dr. Praveen Mummaneni,
neurosurgeon
Philip Starr
Dr. Philip Starr,
neurosurgeon
Philip Weinstein
Dr. Philip Weinstein,
neurosurgeon

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