The Mayfield Education & Research Foundation is affiliated with Cincinnati-based Mayfield Brain & Spine, recognized as one of the world’s leading organizations for neurosurgical treatment, education, and research. Supported by more than 20 speicalists in neurosurgery, interventional neuroradiology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, and pain management, Mayfield treats more than 20,000 patients from 35 states and 13 countries each year.
A TRADITION OF INNOVATION
Since its founding in 1937, Mayfield has been a leader in the field of neuroscience, building a long and distinguished tradition of innovation. That tradition began decades ago with the development of the Mayfield aneurysm clip, the Mayfield headrest, the Budde-Halo Retractor, and the Mayfield skull clamps. Today Mayfield neurosurgeons continue their pursuit of excellence through multidisciplinary, collaborative research in traumatic brain injury, stroke and aneurysms, brain tumors, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, spinal disorders, and chronic pain. Their advances have changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of patients.
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AN INTEGRATED & COLLABORATIVE APPROACH
Mayfield Brain & Spine enjoys deep historical relationships with all major regional hospitals. Dr. Frank H. Mayfield founded Good Samaritan Hospital’s Department of Neurosurgery, and his Mayfield successors established the University of Cincinnati's neurosurgical residency program, which features resident rotations at the UC Medical Center, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, The Christ Hospital, and Good Samaritan. Mayfield physicians collaborate with the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute, Precision Radiotheraphy Center, and The Christ Hospital Spine Surgery Center. In short, Mayfield physicians are present in virtually every hospital within a 60-mile radius of downtown Cincinnati, making Mayfield a ubiquitous presence in the community.