1232 epilepsy surgeries as of June, 2010.
One of the most experienced epilepsy centers in the country, the Augusta University Compressive 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.
Since 1977, the Augusta University Comprehensive Epilepsy Program has been a nationally recognized referral center and have performed 1198 epilepsy-related surgeries as of February, 2009. The National Association of Epilepsy Centers recognizes the Augusta University 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.
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To control or eliminate seizures in adult and pediatric patients by providing efficient, comprehensive, high-level care.
If you would like to speak with a physician, please call 706-721-3325 to reach Dr. Anthony Murro or 706-721-3371 to reach Dr. Yong Park.
If you would like general information regarding the Augusta University Comprehensive Epilepsy Program, please call 706-721-4626 or email@example.com.
If you would like to make an appointment, please call 706-721-4581 option 1.
To learn more about what "Level 4 Accreditation" means, click here. (Go to page 7 of the PDF to see the section on Level 4 Accreditation.)