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Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Location

Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center
Department of Neurology, Ataxia Center

5th floor, Neurology
601 N. Caroline Street
Baltimore, MD 21287

Website

www.hopkinsmedicine.org/neurology_neurosurgery/centers_clinics/ataxia/

Clinic Phone Number

410-616-2816

Clinic Fax

410-367-3318

Clinic Status

Accepting New Patients / Referrals Required / Patients Accepted: Neurodegenerative Cerebellar Ataxias

Providers

Physicians and NPs:

  • Kristin W. Baranano, MD, PhD
  • Ankur A. Butala, MD
  • Daniel R. Gold, DO
  • Kelly A. Mills, MD, MHS
  • Emile S. Moukheiber, MD
  • Ashley M. Paul, MD
  • David Rastall, DO, PhD
  • Ricardo Roda, MD, PhD
  • Liana S. Rosenthal, MD, PhD

 

Allied Health Professionals:

  • Jennifer Millar, PT
  • Meredith Drake, PT
  • Daniel Tekeste, OT
  • Rachel Glendenning, SLP 
  • Kimberly Taylor, SLP 
  • Melissa Egerton, MS, Health Educator

How to Schedule an Appointment

  1. The first step in the process to becoming one of our patients is to have neurology records sent to us. Please include demographic information (so we know who to contact when we get the records), neurology clinic notes within the past year, reports of your most recent MRI, lab results, and genetic testing results. These notes can be faxed to 410-630-7900; Attn: Ataxia Center.
  2. Your records are reviewed by one of our physicians. The decisions to accept a patient into our clinic is based on our neurologist’s assessment of whether the patient would benefit from being seen by physicians and therapists with an expertise in neurodegenerative cerebellar ataxia.
  3. Based on review of the clinic records, patients may also be scheduled with a physical therapist, occupational therapist, speech therapist, genetic counselor and/or neuro-ophthalmology.

Additional Services Offered

Physical Therapy; Occupational Therapy; Speech Language Pathology; Genetic Counseling; Genetic Testing; Mental Health Services; Note: Mental health services are limited compared to other services; Ophthalmology 

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Location

Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center
Department of Neurology, Ataxia Center

5th floor, Neurology
601 N. Caroline Street
Baltimore, MD 21287

Website

www.hopkinsmedicine.org/neurology_neurosurgery/centers_clinics/ataxia/

Clinic Phone Number

410-616-2816

Clinic Fax

410-367-3318

Clinic Status

Accepting New Patients / Referrals Required / Patients Accepted: Neurodegenerative Cerebellar Ataxias

Providers

Physicians and NPs:

  • Kristin W. Baranano, MD, PhD
  • Ankur A. Butala, MD
  • Daniel R. Gold, DO
  • Kelly A. Mills, MD, MHS
  • Emile S. Moukheiber, MD
  • Ashley M. Paul, MD
  • David Rastall, DO, PhD
  • Ricardo Roda, MD, PhD
  • Liana S. Rosenthal, MD, PhD

 

Allied Health Professionals:

  • Jennifer Millar, PT
  • Meredith Drake, PT
  • Daniel Tekeste, OT
  • Rachel Glendenning, SLP 
  • Kimberly Taylor, SLP 
  • Melissa Egerton, MS, Health Educator

How to Schedule an Appointment

  1. The first step in the process to becoming one of our patients is to have neurology records sent to us. Please include demographic information (so we know who to contact when we get the records), neurology clinic notes within the past year, reports of your most recent MRI, lab results, and genetic testing results. These notes can be faxed to 410-630-7900; Attn: Ataxia Center.
  2. Your records are reviewed by one of our physicians. The decisions to accept a patient into our clinic is based on our neurologist’s assessment of whether the patient would benefit from being seen by physicians and therapists with an expertise in neurodegenerative cerebellar ataxia.
  3. Based on review of the clinic records, patients may also be scheduled with a physical therapist, occupational therapist, speech therapist, genetic counselor and/or neuro-ophthalmology.

Additional Services Offered

Physical Therapy; Occupational Therapy; Speech Language Pathology; Genetic Counseling; Genetic Testing; Mental Health Services; Note: Mental health services are limited compared to other services; Ophthalmology 

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