The Washington Regional Memory Clinic is located in the Washington Regional Clinic for Senior Health in the Pat Walker Center for Seniors located on the corner of Appleby and North Hills Blvd. on the Washington Regional Medical Center campus.
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The Memory Clinic at Washington Regional offers a compassionate and state-of-the-art approach to diagnosing and treating disorders of memory. We understand that some changes with memory and thinking may be reversible, and should not necessarily be considered an inevitable part of aging. In addition, we are committed to assisting our patient’s family and caregivers through education and support, to ensure that they have the resources they require.
Our multi-disciplinary team includes members from geriatric medicine, geriatric neuropsychology, neurology, geriatric psychiatry, social work, and nursing. All members of our team have specialized training in geriatrics and disorders of memory.
Stephen Gemmel, Ph.D., Director of the Washington Regional Memory Clinic and Cognitive Training Center, was featured on KNWA's "Your Health" about Alzheimer's disease: click here to view the video. He has also been featured about brain fitness: click here to view the video.
Alan Diamond, D.O., was also featured on KNWA's "Your Health" about Huntington's Disease: click here to view the video.
Geriatric and medical assessment
Providing community resources
Supportive and educational services
Neuroimaging and laboratory services
The Memory Clinic is available for self referral and physician consultation
Following an evaluation, the team develops a comprehensive, tailored report including diagnostic impressions and treatment recommendations.
Following the comprehensive evaluation, a report detailing diagnostic impressions and treatment recommendations will be forwarded to the referring physician and/or primary care physician.
An individually tailored packet of information is provided to the patient and family.
Who May Benefit
Any patient suspected of having memory difficulties or other cognitive-related problems.
This includes patients with gradually progressive short-term memory loss, increased word-finding difficulty, and decreased attention/concentration.
We are committed to providing services to assist our patients in living more productive and independent lives, and doing so with sensitivity, understanding and respect.
Washington Regional Memory Clinic
12 East Appleby Road
Fayetteville, AR 72703
Phone (479) 463-4444
Fax (479) 463-4499
Find out more or schedule an appointment by calling (479) 463-4444. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.