Clinical and Academic Administrative Staff
The Schedule Coordinators (Clinical Administrative Staff) are the first point of contact for patients after they are referred to the Adult or Pediatric Neurosurgery Clinics by their physicians. They are the patients' advocates, getting all the information needed from the referring physician so it can be integrated into the Clinic's system. They also schedule appointments, send out new patient information packets (forms, maps, information) and are available to answer patient, family, and referrer questions. Give us a call.
The Academic Administrative Staff can help answer your questions about the Neurosurgery Department's education programs or academic and research work. Give us a call.
Adult Clinical Staff
Neurosurgery clinical team members greet patients, get them ready for their visits, provide required/requested information, coordinate appointments, and answer questions about patients' diagnoses. LPN Laura Seck explains in this quick video why she likes working at the clinic. Want to learn more? Click here.
Pediatric Clinical Staff
The team who works with pediatric neurosurgical patients is passionate about quality and safety (pictured, left to right: Katie Robers, RN, MSN; Carolina Sandoval Garcia, MD; Cornelius Lam, MD, PhD; Leah Kann, RN, CPNP; and Daniel Guillaume, MD, MS). They also offer treatments available nowhere else. Perhaps even more important...they care deeply about the patients they serve. Give us a call.
University of Minnesota Medical Center Staff
Members of our operating room staff (keep in mind that staff membership may have changed since the photo was taken).
Members of 4A, the neurocritical unit (keep in mind that staff membership may have changed since the photo was taken).
Members of 6A, the neurosurgical unit (keep in mind that staff membership may have changed since the photo was taken).