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Treating Veterans with the Next Generation of Neurosurgeons

People who’ve served in the U.S. military often face health issues most American citizens do not.

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New COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

If you have not already received your COVID-19 vaccine and would like to, you can register today at a new vaccine clinic location in Indianapolis! Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine’s Dr. John Scott, a neurointerventional radiologist, organized this COVID-19 vaccine clinic alongside Pastor Clarence White and Dr. Miracle Anokwute, a neurosurgery resident. Dr. Scott has […]

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Going Above and Beyond!

The mission of Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine is to be the leader in advancing the health of adults and children with neurosurgical disorders by providing comprehensive, compassionate and superior care in a state-of-the-art environment of healing, teaching and discovery. 2020 has been an eventful year for our physicians, research and academics team, partners, and […]

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The Oregon Trail Back to Indiana: Welcome Dr. Monica Wehby

Pediatric neurosurgery is an important subspecialty at Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine—and finding another great pediatric neurosurgeon to invite into our practice has been a priority for us for some time. That’s why we’re especially pleased to welcome Dr. Monica Wehby, an internationally recognized expert in spina bifida, tethered cord syndrome, and other pediatric conditions. […]

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Gone Fishing: Celebrating the Career of Dr. Steven M. James

It’s not going to be the same around Goodman Campbell. Dr. Steven M. James, one of our spine and peripheral nerve specialists, is leaving us for a much-deserved retirement after 30 years with our practice. Dr. James joined Goodman Campbell in 1991 and has been chairman of neurosurgery at St. Francis Hospital for the past […]

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Six Questions with Dr. Krishna Amuluru

This month, we’re getting to know one of the newest members of our Goodman Campbell team, interventional neuroradiologist Dr. Krishna Amuluru. We asked and he answered—even our toughest questions…about funny movies. Originally from New Jersey, Dr. Amuluru graduated from Northwestern University’s Feinerg School of Medicine and did his radiology residency at Loyola University, with fellowships […]

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A Very Happy Retirement to Dr. Thomas Leipzig

Dr. Thomas Leipzig is one of Goodman Campbell’s most experienced neurosurgeons and has been a close colleague and friend to so many of us. Because of this, announcing his retirement this month after 34 years of service to our practice is certainly bittersweet. But mainly we’re happy for him, and for his family, because now […]

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Goodman Campbell Celebrates Allied Health Department for Year of the Nurse

A successful healthcare environment is one that encourages collaboration and communication among those administering care to patients. In any healthcare organization, nurses play an essential day-to-day role. With nearly 3 million nurses nationwide and many more around the globe, the World Health Organization has designated 2020 the “Year of the Nurse and Midwife” to celebrate […]

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Dr. Daniel Sahlein Shares Ischemic Stroke and Aneurysm Treatment Techniques with Japanese Neuro Endovascular Society

We often talk about our team’s expertise across a broad range of brain, spine, and nervous system subspecialties. That expertise and our collaborative approach are what make our care second-to-none in Central Indiana. But our doctors also stand out in the international neurosurgical and neurovascular communities. Dr. Daniel Sahlein, one of our interventional neuro-radiologists, gave a […]

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