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Epilepsy Program
Neurosciences Institute at Intermountain Medical Center
South Office Building (Bldg 1)
5171 S. Cottonwood, Suite 810
Murray, UT 84107
(801) 507-98​00
(801) 507-9801

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday​

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Our specialized epilepsy program provides those with epilepsy in Utah and the Intermountain West access to the latest research and treatment options. The program has been named a Level 4 Epilepsy Center by the National Association of Epilepsy Centers — which is the highest level of certification possible for an epilepsy program. The designation recognizes the program’s professional expertise and its ability to provide the highest level of medical and surgical evaluations and treatment for patients with epilepsy and other seizure disorders.​

The epilepsy clinic is located on the eighth floor of Intermountain Medical Center’s South Office Building (Building 1).​ We also have an inpatient Adult Epilepsy Unit located on the 14th floor​ of the Intermountain Medical Center patient tower. The unit features state-of-the-art, all-digital video-EEG equipment and is staffed by experienced neuro nurses and EEG technologists who specialize in adult epilepsy. 

What is Epilepsy? 

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder caused by abnormal electrical signals in the brain that produce recurring seizures.

Symptoms can include:

  • Brief changes in behavior
  • Brief sensory changes
  • Confusional episodes
  • Convulsions
  • Déjà vu feelings
  • Episodes of loss of awareness or loss of consciousness
  • Staring spells

An estimated 3 million people have epilepsy in the United States, including roughly 18,000 in Utah and 52,000 in the Intermountain West. Approximately 10 percent of all Americans will suffer at least one seizure during their lives. While epilepsy can’t be cured, there are treatments to help control the seizures.

What to Expect

Our experts will meet with you to learn about your health history, ask you questions, and answer your questions. We will run tests to identify the area of your brain causing the sudden surge of electrical activity.

Your care with us will be personalized to your needs, from the evaluation of your seizures/spells to the treatment options to manage them. 

In the news

This ABC 4 report tells how brain surgery performed at Intermountain Medical Center seems to have cured Rebecca Farsnworth of epilepsy, a condition she suffered with for more than 30 years.

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Make an appointment or get more information by calling (801) 507-9800 or toll-free at (877) 276-3792, and by e-mailing ​​​​​

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