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ALS Clinic

The concept of a Multidisciplinary Clinic   Clinic Team

The Emory ALS Clinic provides care to ALS patients and their families, focusing on independence and quality of life through state-of-the-art intervention. Our multidisciplinary clinic brings together a team of health care professionals specially trained to address the needs of people living with ALS. In a single visit, patients will see experts in physical therapy, respiratory therapy, speech/language therapy, nursing and social services. They work closely with our physicians to address and manage the issues that stem from ALS.

Parking for multidisciplinary clinic can be found in the Lower West Parking Deck - there is also Valet Parking located there. CLICK HERE for general directions and maps.

Patients and families should call 404 778-3444 and ask for an appointment at the Emory ALS Center.

Handout of What to Expect at Multidiscplinary Clinic.

 

Executive Park - Emory Brain Health Center Appointments: Only the multidisciplinary clinic (Friday) is located on the Emory University Hospital campus. Other appointments will be at the Emory Brain Health Center, located at 12 Executive Park Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30329. Parking is free; there is also a valet option.

Contact Us at: 404-778-3444 / contact.als@emory.edu / FAX: 404-778-3495

 

We at the Emory ALS Center are passionate about providing the best care for patients and families, but we are also passionate about finding causes and cures for this disease. This dual mission of the Emory ALS Center requires support for foundations, government, and individuals. We are fortunate to have the support of both the Muscular Dystrophy Association and the ALS Association of Georgia, as well as research funding from the National Institutes of Health, the Packard Center for ALS Research, and Emory University. Of course, our ability to provide resources to patients and innovative research is directly related to funding these two important missions. There are many ways that you can participate, and we welcome any help you can provide. How You Can Help  

 

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