Neurosurgeon Curtis Dickman talks about why he is proud to be a part of Barrow Neurological Institute.
Dr. Dickman began working at Barrow as an orderly while he was in high school and has remained connected to the institute ever since. He completed his neurosurgery rotation at Barrow while in medical school and then went on to become part of Barrow's prestigious neurosurgery residency program.
After his residency, Dickman was asked to stay on as an attending neurosurgeon. During his time here, he has contributed to many advances in the field of spinal neurosurgery.
When asked what has continued to draw him to Barrow over the years, Dr. Dickman said, "There is no other facility anywhere that provides the high level of expertise and the depth and breadth of comprehensive neurosurgical treatment." Visit www.Barrow50.org to see what else he has to say and learn about the 50th Anniversary of Barrow Neurological Institute!