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Memory Assessment Center

Medstar Georgetown University Hospital
3800 Reservoir Road, NW, 7th Floor
Washington, DC 20007
Phone Main: 
(202) 444-8525

Who We Are

The Memory Disorders Center at Georgetown University Hospital provides clinical services and conducts research studies for patients with Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders.  The multidisciplinary team of doctors at the GUMC Memory Disorders Program includes neurologists, nurse practitioners, geriatric psychiatrists, and research faculty and staff.   Patients are provided evaluation, treatment, as well as follow-up care.  Additionally, patients are offered the opportunity to participate in a variety of research studies, including studies of novel treatments and new diagnostic methods.  Patients are evaluated for memory loss, language confusion, and other cognitive disorders.

A variety of diagnostic techniques, including neuropsychological tests, blood and urine analysis, clinical traits of experimental drugs, and other treatments are offered.

The Memory Disorders Program is conducting several clinical studies for patients in the early stages of dementia due to Alzheimer's disease. Depending on the person's medical status, he or she may qualify and wish to participate in other studies. 

Bus Line: Metrobus.

Who We Serve

Languages Spoken:
Service Area(s):
 Alexandria City,
 Arlington County,
 Culpeper County,
 Fairfax County,
 Fairfax City,
 Falls Church City,
 Fauquier County,
 Fluvanna County,
 Frederick County,
 Fredericksburg City,
 Harrisonburg City,
 Page County,
 Prince William County,
 Rockingham County,
 Shenandoah County,
 Spotsylvania County,
 Stafford County,
 Warren County,
 Washington DC


Payment Method(s): 
Private Pay
Private Insurance
Fee Structure: 
Fee Range
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When and How

Age Requirements:
 No Age Requirement
Intake Process: 
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Documents Required: 
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Self Refer: 
Provider Refer: 
Intake Contact Telephone: 
(202) 784-6671


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Where Service is Provided: 
On Site
Accessible to Public Transportation : 
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