Healthgrades ranks the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) among the top 5% of hospitals nationwide for cranial neurosurgery in 2023.
UAMS Hosts Australian Neurosurgeon for Demonstration of Innovative Robotic Spine Surgery
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) welcomed Professor Greg Malham, BSc, MB ChB, director of spine surgery at Epworth Hospital in Melbourne, Australia, as the first visiting international surgeon to observe a procedure that uses an innovative technique for minimally invasive spine surgery.
Dr. Porcelli Selected by U.S. Army as Reserve Neurosurgeon
Dr. Phillip Porcelli, Section Chief of Neurosurgery at VA in Little Rock, has been selected by the United States Army Selection Committee as their reserve neurosurgeon for the Army Medical Department Professional Management Command. His commissioning ceremony took place on August 25, 2022 receiving the rank of Major. This opportunity will allow Dr. Porcelli to […]
Family of Former Neurosurgeon Gives $100,000 to Create Award for UAMS Neurosurgery Residents
The family of the late Surinder Gupta, M.D., donated $100,000 to the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) to create an award for neurosurgery residents in the College of Medicine.
Healthgrades Ranks UAMS in Top 10% of Nation for Brain Surgery; Also Applauds Stroke Program
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) ranks among the top 10% of hospitals nationwide for cranial neurosurgery, according to a new analysis by Healthgrades, a leading resource that connects consumers, physicians and health systems.
Epilepsy Experts Share Updates on Condition during UAMS Symposium
Six multidisciplinary experts on epilepsy shared the latest updates on the neurological condition that affects over 65 million people worldwide, including 3.4 million in the United States, in a virtual epilepsy symposium hosted Nov. 6 by the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS).
UAMS Pioneers Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
A new minimally invasive surgical technique at UAMS is streamlining spine surgery, allowing more precise work and speeding up patients’ recovery time. Called Lateral-in-Prone or ‘LIP,’ the new technique allows surgeons to operate on patients through their back as they lie face-down, or prone, as spine surgery has traditionally been performed, while simultaneously accessing the […]