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Stanford Neuroscience Health Center opens to patients today

Today, the Stanford Neuroscience Health Center officially opened its doors. Every part of the five-story, 92,000-square-feet building was designed with patients in mind.

As neurologist Jeffrey Dunn, MD, explains in the video above: "The medical architecture of the last generation placed the physician at the center of things. This building flips that. It puts the patient at the center of all things we do."

Enjoy the tour.

Previously: Celebrating the new Stanford Neuroscience Health Center and Building for collaboration spurs innovative science

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