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Epilepsy Outreach

Parkland’s Epilepsy Outreach program cares for Dallas County residents age 18 years and older with limited income and no insurance. We temporarily accept Medicare and some forms of Medicaid until patients find permanent care.

As a patient in the Epilepsy Outreach program, you will have access to a nursing or medical assessment, medication management, lab work and test referrals, such as an MRI. Additionally, we can help with tests to diagnose or confirm epilepsy or place you in Parkland’s epilepsy monitoring unit. We can also connect you with one of our medication access specialists who can help you get medications.

Our social worker can help address any concerns or life needs related to epilepsy care and treatment. We also provide free translation series and resources to help patients who are deaf or have difficulty hearing.

Becoming a patient

To become a patient in our Epilepsy Outreach program, you must be referred by a Parkland doctor through one of our community clinics, the main Emergency Department or the Urgent Care Emergency Department.

Making an appointment

If a Parkland doctor has referred you to the Epilepsy Outreach program, you can make an appointment by calling 214-590-8878.

Our staff travels to different community clinic locations throughout the month. Epilepsy Outreach program services are offered at Bluitt-Flowers Health Center, Hatcher Station Health Center, Garland Health Center, Irving Health CenterSoutheast Dallas Health Center. Services are also available at The Bridge North Texas, located at 1818 Corsicana Street Dallas, TX 75201.

If you have questions, please call Epilepsy Outreach at 214.590.8878.

Learn about the clinical services at the Epilepsy Center at Parkland.