Multiple Sclerosis and related demyelinating disorders are complex and can pose a challenge to the daily lives of those living with them. The mission of the Augusta Multiple Sclerosis Center is to allow people living with demyelinating disease to achieve their highest quality of life by stopping disease progression and optimizing symptomatic control. Our approach to meeting patient’s needs is to provide compassionate, comprehensive, specialized care through interdisciplinary collaboration.
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Whether you live in Augusta’s River Region or anywhere else in the southeast, Augusta University Medical Center is easy to get to. We are located in downtown Augusta, Georgia off of Georgia’s main highway I-20.
Parking is available behind the main building entrance. There is no charge for visitor parking in any of the decks or lots on campus. Augusta University Health is, however, not responsible for loss from or damage to vehicles.
As the region’s only academic health center, we offer you a remarkable advantage when it comes to your health care. We offer access to the latest treatments, caregivers who partner with you at every step and everything dedicated to advancing your options, health and life.
Academic health centers differ from community hospitals in the following ways:
That’s the power of an academic health center. And in this region it’s only at Augusta University. Our team of caregivers is renowned for partnering with you, starting with your routine care. At every step, we’re dedicated to helping you advance your options, health and life.
Augusta MS Center staff and physicians have designed the practice to best meet the needs of their patients and families and are provided within a Patient Family Centered Care philosophy. In support of its mission, the following services are provided:
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