Partner Services

Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute

Shockey’s Partner Services team helped WVU Medicine formally open a new neuroscience clinic expansion that features 14,000 square feet of space to provide various brain medical services. And what’s happening there has gained national and global attention.

Breakthrough research at the WVU Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute (RNI) recently captured the attention of CBS’s 60 Minutes news program. Led by Executive Chair Dr. Ali Rezai, the RNI team has discovered a way to get Alzheimer’s drugs to the brain faster.

60 Minutes recently spent time on campus capturing RNI’s pioneering methods of treating brain diseases and disorders, as well as highlighting RNI’s use of ultrasound to treat patients struggling with addiction.

Located on the third floor of the WVU Medicine Spring Mills Medical Office Building in Martinsburg, the expanded clinic now has 32 exam rooms, five neurodiagnostic rooms, two neurology infusion suites, office spaces, a patient waiting area, and support spaces. The facility offers various neurosurgery, diagnostics, physical medicine and rehabilitation, pain management, and neuropsychology.

“We’ve created an environment where patients want to come, where employees want to work, and where providers want to practice,” said John Caruso, M.D., chief of neurosurgery at Berkeley Medical Center.

According to, within a week of the broadcast, RNI received more than 1,500 inquiries from people in 46 states and five countries.

Project Details

  • LOCATIONMartinsburg, WV
  • OWNER West Virginia University Healthcare
  • ARCHITECTGrove & Dall’Olio Architects
  • SIZE14,000 SF
  • OUR ROLEGeneral Contractor

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