Leading Epilepsy Treatment at Rose 

At Rose Medical Center, our neurosciences program provides leading treatment for epilepsy. A neurological disorder, epilepsy is marked by chronic recurrent seizures associated with abnormal electrical activity in the brain. We offer an interdisciplinary team of experts, world-class facilities and specialized expertise in diagnosing, treating and managing epilepsy symptoms.

A Difficult Diagnosis

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 5 million adults and children in the U.S. have been diagnosed with epilepsy or another seizure disorder. But the disorder is often difficult to diagnose because patients don't always seek treatment for seizures, and when they do, they may not be able to accurately describe their symptoms. If you or a loved one is suspected of having seizures, we can help you find the source of these symptoms and rule out more serious conditions. 

At Rose, we utilize advanced technology to evaluate and diagnose epilepsy. Our epilepsy monitoring unit (EMU) provides continuous video monitoring, private rooms and individualized care to patients with epilepsy symptoms. The epilepsy monitoring unit at Rose is staffed by a 24/7 collaborative care team and includes state-of-the-art equipment for customized monitoring and evaluation of brainwave activity.

If a patient is diagnosed with epilepsy, our team works to develop an individualized treatment plan to address each patient's unique symptoms and guide them through comprehensive management strategies.

Meet Our Care Team

The epilepsy program at Rose is home to the leading neurological specialists in the Rocky Mountain region. Our care team includes a board-certified and fellowship-trained epileptologist, intensivists, hospitalists, specially trained Magnet®-recognized nurses, EEG specialists, psychologists, pharmacists, dietitians, occupational therapists and physical therapists.

This interdisciplinary body works collaboratively to provide compassionate, team-based care to each patient. Our physicians and clinical staff are specially trained to provide care to patients with epilepsy. By quickly recognizing and interpreting symptoms, our team can guide you to informed treatment and management options.

The Comforts of Home

At Rose, we take pride in providing a pleasant experience for our patients, and our renown hospital staff and world-class facilities create an environment with the comforts of home. Our neuro-diagnostic department offers in-patient and out-patient monitoring of brain activity to detect the neurological causes of symptoms. Some patients undergo a 30-90 minute brain scan, while other patients remain in our epilepsy monitoring unit for up to one week of long-term monitoring. These patients enjoy several amenities, including space for friends and family, exercise equipment, entertainment and more.