Epilepsy Centers in Connecticut

Below you will find information about the various Epilepsy Centers in Connecticut.

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Connecticut Children's Medical Center

Connecticut Childrens Epilepsy Center

Medical Director: Jennifer Madan-Cohen, MD

Contact Info:
282 Washington St
Hartford, CT 06106
860-837-7500

Epilepsy Center Info:
Our highly skilled neurologists care for children who experience seizures caused by a diverse set of neurological disorders. Using a variety of assessment measures, we are able to diagnose the cause of seizures and develop an appropriate treatment plan. Our Epilepsy Center meets criteria to be a Level 3 Epilepsy Center by the National Association of Epilepsy Centers.

For more information, visit their web page by clicking here: https://www.connecticutchildrens.org/search-specialties/neurology/neurology-epilepsy-center/


Hartford Healthcare Ayer Neuroscience Institute

HHC Ayer Neuroscience Institute Epilepsy Center

Medical Director: Gabriel Martz, MD

Contact Info:
80 Seymour St
Hartford, CT 06102
860- 972-3621

Satellite offices are located in the following towns:
Southington
Norwich
Torrington

Epilepsy Center Info:
The Epilepsy Center at Hartford HealthCare’s Ayer Neuroscience Institute offers the most advanced care for people of all ages with seizures and all forms of epilepsy.
We set the gold standard for diagnosis and care. When you or a loved one have a seizure, getting the right diagnosis quickly is very important. More than 2 million Americans will have a seizure at some point, but only one or two out of 100 actually have epilepsy. To get the most effective treatment, you must be diagnosed correctly. The first step, however, is an accurate diagnosis – sometimes what seems like a seizure isn’t a seizure at all! Our epilepsy specialists will guide you to the right diagnosis, which is crucially important for getting you the right treatments.

Services available:
Clinic: specialized epilepsy experts
Outpatient EEG
EMU/ Inpatient EEG
3T MRI
Neuropsychology
SPECT
PET
Social Work
Behavioral and Mental Health
Epilepsy surgery

For more information, visit their web page by clicking here: https://hartfordhealthcare.org/services/epilepsy-center


Yale Comprehensive Epilepsy Center

Yale New Haven Epilepsy Center

Medical Director: Lawrence Hirsch, MD

Contact Info:
20 York St
New Haven, CT 06510
203-785-3865

Epilepsy Center Info:
The Yale Comprehensive Epilepsy Center provides promising options for many adult and pediatric patients with epilepsy. Internationally known for clinical excellence and innovative research, this program was one of the nation's first and has evolved into one of the most active and advanced in the world. Yale is internationally recognized as a leader in treatment for medically intractable and new onset epilepsy. This multidisciplinary program includes adult and pediatric epileptologists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, neuropsychologists, neuroradiologists, neuropathologists, and psychiatrists. Nurses, technicians, technical staff, and administrative staff complete the team. Facilities include an adult epilepsy monitoring unit, pediatric epilepsy monitoring unit, and a technologically advanced operating suite
For more information, visit their web page by clicking here: https://medicine.yale.edu/neurology/divisions/epilepsy/


VA Epilepsy Center of Excellence for Veterans

VA Connecticut Epilepsy Center

Medical Director: Hamada Hamid, MD

Contact Info:
950 Campbell Ave
West Haven, CT 06516

For more information about the VA Epilepsy Center of Excellence, call the West Haven VA at (203) 932-5711 x2420.

Epilepsy Center Info:
For veterans who have had seizures, we provide comprehensive care including:

Advanced diagnostic tools to determine if you have seizures or not
Experts in both medical and surgical treatments of seizures
Experts in the assessment and management of Traumatic Brain Injury
Mental health and behavioral services for people with Epilepsy as well as Psychogenic non-epileptic seizures.
Our VA also helps veterans reintegrate into the community by providing social work, vocational and occupational therapy.
For those of you who live far away, we will be able to provide care through Video and Teleconferencing.


UConn Health Epilepsy Center

Uconn Health Epilepsy Center

Medical Director: John Greenfield, MD

Contact Info:
263 Farmington Ave
Farmington, CT 06030
1-844-388-2666

Epilepsy Center Info:
The Epilepsy Clinic at UConn Health has fellowship-trained and board-certified epilepsy specialists with extensive experience in managing a wide variety of seizure disorders, with expertise in the latest seizure medications and surgical approaches to treating epilepsy.

The UCONN Health Epilepsy Clinic is equipped to provide the following:
• EEG
• Ambulatory and inpatient video-EEG monitoring,
• Vagus Nerve Stimulator programming
• High density (256 channel) EEG recording as part of the epilepsy surgery workup and for research purposes.

For more information, visit their web page by clicking here: https://health.uconn.edu/neurology/clinical-services/epilepsy-clinic/