Many patients who experience trauma, injury, disease or pain are confronted with the abrupt decision of where to receive treatment.
The healthcare professionals of Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine are actively changing lives and the field of neurosurgery itself by uniting the discipline's surgical, scientific and academic expertise. We also want you to feel confident that your patients will receive prompt attention and precise care, and we will keep an open and constant exchange of information with your patients and you.
We're glad you are considering Goodman Campbell for your patient's care. Ours is a model of collaborative care where we surround every problem with possibilities and perspectives. Together, our superspecialized physicians, groundbreaking researchers and dedicated healthcare professionals approach each case with a strong desire and unique capability to do whatever is best for your patients.
To refer a patient
Referring physicians can complete this online form. We use TLS encryption to transmit this information to our office. We'll call your patient and set up an appointment, according to your preferences.
Then, the next time you need to make a referral to us, our system will remember the last NPI number you entered and fill in the contact information section of the form. You'll just need to complete the patient information. Please complete an online form for each patient you wish to refer to us.
Please provide at least your contact information and information about your patient - contact information and diagnosis or signs and symptoms. The more information you can provide on this form, the better we will be able to schedule your patient with the best provider for his or her condition.
You may also print out, complete and fax back the Consultation Request form available via the link below, and we will contact your patient to schedule an appointment at his/her earliest convenience. Please fax the completed form to 317-396-1443.
Consultation Request Form
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The right choice for brain, spine, back and neck conditions
All neurosurgeons are considered specialists, with a concentration on surgery of the brain, spine and nervous system. But few neurosurgeons possess the expertise to remove tumors located at the base of the skull, one of the most difficult and challenging surgeries to perform. And few surgeons can expertly handle complex spine cases and devastating injuries often suffered in car accidents and falls.
But because Goodman Campbell is one of the largest and most progressive neurosurgical practices in the country, two or more of our physicians are uniquely qualified to handle even the most rare and complicated cases. This notion of superspecialization is a unique model of care our mentors helped to pioneer and involves specialized training and research, as well as considerable time and energy invested in a complex area of neurosurgery, including minimally invasive interventional neuroradiology and pain management.