The Adult Neuropsychology Service of the Georgia Health Sciences University Hospitals and Clinics performs comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations of patients suspected of having cognitive impairment associated with neurological conditions affecting the brain. Common referrals include patients with dementia, head trauma, stroke, epilepsy, or altered mental status with unknown etiology (cause/origin).
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Gregory Lee, PhD.
Director, Adult Neuropsychology Service
Department of Neurology
Augusta University, BI-8082
1120 15th Street Augusta, Georgia 30912
Office: (706) 721-3851
Fax: (706) 721-7588
What is a Neurophychological Assessment?
A neuropsychological evaluation typically involves assessment (testing) of cognitive and sensory-motor functions using a group of standardized tests that are sensitive to the effects of brain dysfunction.
The Department of Neurology at Augusta University offers a two-year postdoctoral fellowship program in clinical neuropsychology which conforms to the Houston Conference Guidelines on Specialty Education & Training in Clinical Neuropsychology. The Georgia Health Sciences University (MCG) is the medical university for the State of Georgia's university system. Its primary academic and clinical campus facilities are located in Augusta, Georgia.