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UW-Health Hospital and Clinics Memory Assessment Clinic

Since 1990, the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics has been providing a consultation clinic which provides patients and their families with access to state of the art diagnostic, treatment and social services.

 

Diagnostic services are provided by a team which consists of a physician board certified in geriatrics, a neuropsychologist, and a social worker. Memory Assessment program staff evaluate the extent of memory loss, attempt to determine the cause, and provide a treatment plan. Education about dementing illnesses and the challenges which are encountered is provided. Referrals are made as needed.

 

Clinic hours: Monday, Tuesday AM, Wednesday AM, Thursday PM. For more information, or to make an appointment, please contact:

 

UW-Health Hospital and Clinics Memory Assessment Clinic
Physicians: Mark Sager, MD; Bob Przybelski, MD; Sanjay Asthana, MD; Kurt Hansen, MD
2880 University Ave.
Madison WI 53705
608-263-7740

 

 

This clinic is a member of the WAI-Affiliated Dementia Diagnostic Clinic Network. Network clinics differ from other memory clinics in that their staff have received training/observation time and/or guidance from the WAI and the UW Health Memory Assessment Clinic. In addition, clinic network staff attend the WAI's annual conference and bi-annual clinic network meetings, which provide up-to-date research and disease management information. Clinics in the network do remain autonomous, but follow a set of guidelines.