Augusta, Georgia Nationally Renowned Adult and Pediatric Epilepsy Center
Since 1977, Augusta University's Comprehensive Epilepsy Program has been a nationally recognized referral center and has performed almost 1,200 epilepsy-related surgeries.
The National Association of Epilepsy Centers recognizes Augusta University's Comprehensive Epilepsy Program as a Level IV center, the highest designation given. Patients and their families benefit from the most up-to-date technology available. Health professionals in neurology, neurosurgery, neuropsychology, nursing and EEG technology provide a full range of diagnostic services, medical treatments and surgical procedures.
One of the most experienced epilepsy centers in the country, Augusta University's Comprehensive Epilepsy Program sets a goal for patients to be seizure free.
Over two million people in the United States are diagnosed with epilepsy, a syndrome marked by recurrent seizures. As a result of new medical and surgical advances, freedom from seizures is now a realistic possibility for most patients with epilepsy.
The Adult Epilepsy Program works to control or eliminate seizures in adult patients by providing efficient, comprehensive, high-level care with a specialized team of neurologists.
The Pediatric Epilepsy Program offers complete diagnostics, treatment, and seizure control or elimination to children through adolescence.
As a Medical Surgical Level IV Epilepsy Center, Augusta University's Epilepsy Center is actively involved in epilepsy research and offers access to clinical trials of new epilepsy medications and medical devices to control seizures.
Augusta University's Epilepsy Center mission has always been to control or eliminate seizures in adult and pediatric patients by providing efficient, comprehensive, high-level care.
Request an online appointment now or call our Scheduling Center today at 706-721-4581 or toll free at 800-736-CARE (2273). You may also e-mail us at email@example.com.
To schedule outpatient services such as video monitoring call the epilepsy monitoring unit at 706-721-4626. Epilepsy physicians may be reached at 721-3325.