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Department of Medicine
Neurology Clinic
Ground Floor, Room 1400
Evans Army Community Hospital, BLDG 7500
1650 Cochrane Circle
Fort Carson, CO 80913

Business Hours
Monday – Friday 0800-1600
Closed Federal Holidays and Select Training Holidays

Contact Information - Front desk phone #: (719) 526-7632 Fax #: 719-503-7233

The Neurology Clinic is located on the ground floor of the main hospital. Patients should park in the “A” parking lot (red signs) on the west side of the hospital; enter the main west entrance and walk past the patient advocacy office and Main Pharmacy. The Neurology Clinic will be on your right and is co-located with the Allergy Clinic.

The Neurology clinic provides evaluation and treatment of various neurologic conditions including migraine headache, seizures, multiple sclerosis, movement disorders, memory disorders, and disorders of the peripheral nervous system.

Primary Services
- Neurologic examinations.
- EEGs (evaluating for epileptic activity).
- Botox injections (for headache, cervical dystonia, and back pain)
- Occipital Nerve Blocks (for headaches)

Who can be seen here?
- All Active Duty military personnel.

Commonly asked questions:
I would like an evaluation with a neurologist. How do I make an appointment?
You will need a referral from your primary care provider to the Neurology Clinic in order to make an appointment. Once your provider has placed the referral, you may call the central appointment line at (719) 524-2273 in 2-3 days to schedule your visit.

What do I need to do to prepare for my appointment?
Copies of any civilian records relating to your visit that are not already in the military computer system (AHLTA) that are relevant to your referral should be brought to your appointment. Please be prepared to list all prescription medications, supplements, and herbal or homeopathic medications that you are taking. Do not bring children to appointments.

How long will my appointment last?
Most initial appointments are about one hour, but some can last more than an hour. Most follow up appointments are thirty minutes.


This Web site provides an introduction to the U.S. Army Medical Department's headquarters organizations, which are the Office of the Army Surgeon General and
U.S. Army Medical Command headquarters. It is intended for interested members of the public, news media and Army Medical Department beneficiaries.
Last Modified 27 July, 2016