Massachusetts Epilepsy Resources

Epilepsy Services in Massachusetts:

From the Berkshires to Boston, Epilepsy Foundation New England provides resources to any and all individuals living with seizures in Massachusetts.

Epilepsy Resource Rooms

Epilepsy Research Rooms have been set-up at hospitals and medicals centers throughout Massachusetts & New Hampshire to offer active listening while providing community resources, individualized support, education, and services to help people manage their epilepsy and challenges related to epilepsy. Support is free and open to anyone living with epilepsy and caregivers for people living with epilepsy. Services are provided to children, youth, and adults.

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Massachusetts Epilepsy Centers

The following epilepsy centers may be of interest to those individuals living in Massachusetts:

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Comprehensive Epilepsy Center
330 Brookline Avenue, Baker 504
Boston, MA 02215
Phone: (617) 632-8930

Boston Medical Center

BMC Neurology Department  
Pediatric Neurology Shapiro Ambulatory Care Center
725 Albany Street 7th Floor, Suite 7B, 8th Floor, Suite 8
Boston, MA 02118  
Phone: (617) 638-8456

Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Edward B. Bromfield Epilepsy Program
Neurosciences Clinic, 1st Floor
60 Fenwood Road, Boston, MA 02115    
Phone: (617) 732-77432

Faulkner Hospital

1153 Centre Street, Boston, MA 02130
Phone: (617) 983-7000

South Shore Neurology Associates

851 Main Street, Suite 11
South Weymouth, MA
Phone: (781) 331-4923
Fax: (781) 340-0231

Boston Children’s Hospital—Epilepsy Program Boston

300 Longwood Avenue, Fegan 9 & Hunnewell 2
Boston, MA 02115
Phone: (617) 355-7970
Lexington: (781) 216-2999
N. Dartmouth: (781) 216-2400
Peabody: (781) 216-3400
Waltham: (781) 216-2100
Weymouth: (781) 216-3800

Lahey Clinic—Burlington

Neurology Department
41 Burlington Mall Road
Burlington, MA 01805
Phone: (781) 744-5100

Massachusetts General Hospital(MGH)

MGH Epilepsy Service
Wang 720
55 Fruit Street
Boston, MA 02114
Pediatric Epilepsy Service
Phone: (617) 726-6540
Growing Up With Epilepsy

Mount Auburn Hospital—Cambridge

Division of Neurology
300 Mount Auburn Street, Suite 316
Cambridge, MA 02138
Phone: (617) 499-5047

Newton-Wellesley Hospital—Newton

Neurology Services
2000 Washington Street, Green 567
Newton, MA 02462
Phone: (617) 928-1500
Pediatric Neurology: (617) 243-6585
Pediatric at Norfolk Office: (781) 769-6654

UMass Memorial Medical Center—Worcester

Neurology Department - University Campus
55 Lake Avenue North
Worcester, MA 01655
Phone: (508) 334-2527

Baystate Medical Center—Springfield

Berkshire Medical Arts Complex—Pittsfield
Neurology Department
777 North Street
Pittsfield, MA 01201
Phone: (413) 395-7694

Pediatric Neurology

3300 Main Street Suite C
Springfield, MA 01199
Phone: (413) 794-0814

Tufts Floating Hospital For Children Pediatric Neurology

UMass Memorial Campus

755 Washington Street
119 Belmont Street
Worcester, MA 01605
Pediatric Neurology Department
Phone: (508) 856-3279
To book an appointment: (774) 442-5695

Massachusetts Transportation Options

If you, your family member, or your consumers need to get to local or long distance medical appointments in Massachusetts, some transportation service options may be available.

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The RIDE paratransit service provides door-to door, shared-ride transportation to eligible people who cannot use fixed-route transit (bus, subway, trolley) all or some of the time because of a physical, cognitive or mental disability.

The RIDE is operated by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) in compliance with the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Under the ADA, paratransit functions as a 'safety net' for people whose disabilities prevent them from using public transit. It is not intended to be a comprehensive system of transportation that meets all the needs of persons with disabilities, and it is distinct from medical or human services transportation. You will travel with other customers going in the same general direction.

Accessible vehicles are used to serve persons with disabilities, including those who use wheelchairs and scooters. Requests for preferred type vehicles will not be honored. THE RIDE operates 365 days a year generally from 5 AM - 1 AM in fifty-eight (58) cities and towns. For RIDE trips with origin and destination within 3/4 mile of fixed-route service that operates outside of these hours, or in other municipalities within 3/4 miles of MBTA bus service, extended RIDE service is available.

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Massachusetts Ride Match

A one-stop searchable directory or public, private and accessible transportation options in Massachusetts.

Search Now lists information about transportation choices across Massachusetts. Included are public transportation options, statewide resources and tools to help with finding the right services needed.

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Massachusetts 211

Massachusetts 211 offers an easy way for callers in the Bay State to access information about critical health and human services available in their community from one simple resource. In most cases, 211 is ideal for those seeking assistance accessing government benefits and services, connecting to nonprofit organizations, finding support groups or volunteer opportunities, reaching donation programs, and accessing other local resources.

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