The Neurological Surgery Residency Program at Atrium Health Carolinas Medical Center (CMC) is a subspecialty-based program designed to train skilled, compassionate neurological surgeons. Our residents aspire to assume national leadership roles in clinical innovation, medical education and neuroscience research. In addition, approximately 3,500 operative neurosurgical procedures are performed each year at CMC while an additional 1,700 neurosurgical cases are performed at the adjacent Carolina Center for Specialty Surgery.
In the program, residents will have access to cutting-edge clinical and surgical facilities, including:
- Intraoperative imaging
- Newly built neurocritical care units
- An inpatient neurosurgery ward
- Neurosurgery clinics
- A pediatric surgery specialty ward
Residents are trained by a core faculty of neurological surgeons from Carolina Neurosurgery & Spine Associates, representing a comprehensive breadth of subspecialty practice and clinical research. For more information, please visit the link below.