Rush University Medical Center has new restrictions regarding visitors and is adjusting non-urgent scheduled appointments. For information about COVID-19, see the latest updates and our FAQs. Rush accepts donations to support systemwide response efforts, frontline staff, and patients and families.

Excellence is just the beginning.


French German Italian Portuguese Russian

Center for Neuroendovascular Surgery

U.S. News award badge

Physicians in the Center for Neuroendovascular Surgery perform more than 800 neuroendovascular procedures each year, most of which are minimally invasive. This method means you will typically experience shorter hospital stays and quicker recovery times.

Using coils and stents run through the body via catheter, neuroendovascular specialists treat diseases of the brain and spinal cord, such as stroke, brain aneurysms, epistaxis, stenosis and arteriovenous malformation (AVM). 

Nationally ranked care

The neurology and neurosurgery programs at Rush are ranked No. 8 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.