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Pediatric Care

Phone: (415) 353-2437
Fax: (415) 353-3573

We welcome you to the UCSF Epilepsy Center. Our team is dedicated to the comprehensive care of infants and children with epilepsy. We offer a multidisciplinary, patient-centered approach and evaluations at the UCSF Epilepsy Center will initially consist of a consultation with an epileptologist, who may then refer you for further testing/treatment. Our services include Video/EEG telemetry, state-of-the art neuroimaging, neuropsychological testing/individualized learning assessments, complex pharmacological assessments, dietary consultation, neurosurgical consultation and counseling.

New Patients

If you would like to schedule an appointment with a physician at UCSF's Epilepsy Center, please call 415-353-2437 or have your physician’s office fax a referral to us at 415-353-3573. Please include our new patient Referral_Request.pdf and copy of insurance cards (front and back) to expedite the review of your records.

The UCSF Epilepsy Center accepts most insurance plans, including PPOs, HMOs, Medi-Cal, Medicare, TriCARE, and TriWest. You may be required to pay a "co-pay." Some insurance programs will not cover the full amount of your visit, and you will be responsible for the remainder of the balance. You should call your healthcare insurance company to confirm eligibility, benefits and co-pay/deductible requirements.



What to bring with you to appointments

Your insurance card and any authorization letters your insurance has sent you.
List of your child’s prescription medications and dosages
List of allergies
List of questions you may have
Your child’s seizure calendar
Your child’s medical records (clinic or office visit notes, hospitalization discharge summary, emergency room physician notes)
Recent test results (EEG, lab tests, MRI Brain, CT head, Individualized education plan) related to your child’s condition
Copies of your child’s MRIs on disc