Georgia Regents Medical Center Pediatric Epilepsy Service in Augusta, GA

The Georgia Regents Medical Center Pediatric Epilepsy Service seeks to serve the needs of children with epilepsy and their families through advanced care treatment options. For many children with epilepsy, seizures can be completely controlled with drug therapy. For others, however, seizures can remain uncontrolled or poorly controlled with traditional treatment. For these children, epilepsy presents a significant obstacle. Our aim is to help these children and families overcome this obstacle and to achieve their full potential.

Dr. Park, Pediatric Epilepsy, Georgia Regents Neuroscience CenterIf your child with epilepsy does not have satisfactory control over seizures, then our program may be able to help. Our goals are to reduce the number of seizures to the lowest level possible and to minimize the complications of treatment. Often, these goals can be achieved by a combination of various types of treatment. For some patients, Epilepsy Surgery is an effective option that minimizes the impact that epilepsy can have on a child’s life.

The Most Comprehensive Epilepsy Program in the Augusta, GA Region

The National Association of Epilepsy Centers recognizes the Georgia Regents Medical Center Comprehensive Epilepsy Program as a Level IV center, the highest designation given. Patients and their families benefit from the most up-to-date technology and treatment available:

  • Comprehensive Pediatric Neurology Team
  • Complete evaluation for epilepsy surgical intervention, including intracranial electrodes, VNS, and ketogenic diet
  • Neuropsychological and psychosocial treatment and therapy
  • Extensive, Specialized Nursing
  • EEG technology for a full range of diagnostic services, medical treatments, and surgical procedures
  • Access to academic medical center epilepsy research and clinical trials

Dr. Strickland, Pediatric Epilepsy, Georgia Regents Neuroscience Center

Meet our Pediatric Epilepsy Specialists:

Yong Park, MD

Suzanne Strickland, MD

Morris Cohen, EdD

Pam Culberson-Brown, RN

Back on the Ball

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Don’t let epilepsy disrupt your child’s life. 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 epilepsy@gru.edu.

For prescription refills, please call 706-823-6377.

To schedule outpatient services such as video monitoring call the epilepsy monitoring unit at 706-721-4626.  Epilepsy physicians may be reached at 721-3371.