Swedish Neuroscience Institute Pituitary Center

550 17th Avenue
Suite 500
United States
Phone: 206-320-4844

The Swedish Neuroscience Institute (SNI), located in Seattle, Washington, is a world-class pituitary program offering a comprehensive, multidisciplinary program with nationally recognized neurologists, neurosurgeons and subspecialists. SNI is one of ther country's premier centers for treating disorders of the pituitary gland and associated brain and visual structures with a national reputation for its surgical expertise, personalized treatment and long-term management.

Technologically advanced care in state-of-the-art facilities
The Swedish Neuroscience Institute is based on the Cherry Hill campus of Swedish Medical Center, although neuroscience services are provided at locations throughout the Swedish health system.

Swedish/Cherry Hill was formerly known as the Providence campus of Swedish, after Providence Seattle Medical Center strategically aligned with Swedish Medical Center in 2000. Since then, the campus has undergone more than $100 million in new construction and renovations and now stands as one of the most modern and technologically advanced medical facilities in the region. Renovations include new neurosurgical operating rooms and interventional suites that are among the most progressive in the country – making Swedish/Cherry Hill the region's leading health-care facility for neurological care.

By applying medical expertise, advanced technology, state-of-the-art facilities and leading-edge research to the diagnosis and treatment of neurological diseases and disorders, the Swedish Neuroscience Institute is committed to providing patients throughout the Northwest and beyond with easily accessible care and quality outcomes.

Specialists at Swedish diagnose and treat the full spectrum of pituitary tumors and disorders, including:

Cushing's disease
Cystic lesions (e.g., arachnoid cysts, colloid cysts, Rathke's cleft cysts)
Empty sella syndrome
Functioning adenomas
Non-functioning adenomas
Pituitary hormone deficiency
Pituitary tumors
Rare pituitary tumors (e.g., chordomas, epidermoid cysts, germ cell tumors, gliomas, hamartomas, metastatic lesions)

Diagnostic and treatment capabilities offered at Swedish include:

Dynamic pituitary evaluation
Petrosal sinus sampling
3-Tesla MRI
Intraoperative MRI and CT
Radiosurgery – CyberKnife and Gamma Knife

Swedish Pituitary Center
550 17th Ave.
Suite 500
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone: 206-320-4844
Fax: 206-320-2995


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