While vacationing out of state, Stanley Rogers was diagnosed with a life-threatening brain tumor and sent to the Arkansas Neuroscience Institute.
Suzette Hamilton's husband found her unresponsive one day. After being treated at Arkansas Neuroscience Institute, she is now happy and healthy.
Arkansas Neuroscience Institute is moving to our North campus in the Fall of 2018 so they can expand their services.
Dr. Emad Aboud's patented method is changing the way future brain surgeons learn in the lab. The method of simulating life-like conditions on cadavers has drawn recognition.
Dr. Ali Krisht, director of the Arkansas Neuroscience Institute at CHI St Vincent, is known around the world for his work on rare brain tumors; in particular, he specializes in surgeries most doctors would describe as inoperable.
Dr. Ali Krisht, neurosurgeon at our Arkansas Neuroscience Institute, is an advocate of getting fast treatment for stroke. He knows "time is brain."