Alzheimer's Disease & Memory Disorders Center

Rhode Island Hospital

Expert Alzheimer's Disease and Memory Disorders Diagnosis and Treatment

The Alzheimer’s Disease and Memory Disorders Center (ADMDC) at Rhode Island Hospital offers a full range of diagnostic and treatment services, including brain imaging, genetic testing, and neuropsychological evaluation.

The center is nationally known not only for its clinical services but also for its research, including the clinical trials program that offers the latest in leading-edge new therapies aimed to treat and also delay, and ultimately prevent, the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.

Contact the Memory Disorder Clinic

Contact the Alzheimer's Disease & Memory Disorders Center

We are located on the seventh floor of the Ambulatory Patient Center (APC) at Rhode Island Hospital. If you are an existing patient, please call us at 401-444-6440. If you are interested in a new patient appointment, please ask your primary care provider to fax a referral to 401-606-4063

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Comprehensive Evaluation is Step One to Treatment Plan

The center's neurologists are memory disorder specialists who offer patients the latest advances in memory disorder diagnosis and treatment. 

Because there are more than 70 different causes of dementia, a comprehensive diagnostic evaluation is an important first step when dealing with symptoms of memory loss. To ensure an accurate diagnosis we provide a thorough evaluation of each patient, which includes a careful review of his or her medical history, a physical examination, and neuropsychological testing of mental functions.

Neuroimaging, positron emission tomography (PET), single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and computed tomography (CT) may also be used during the evaluation process, along with other laboratory tests.

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Women and Alzheimer’s Disease

Women and Alzheimer's Disease

What makes women more susceptible to Alzheimer’s disease than men?  The previous thinking was that women simply lived longer than men. However, recent research suggests some interesting alternative explanations.  

Alzheimer’s Disease and Memory Disorders Center - Drs. Wu and Drake.

Research and Clinical Trials

Learn more about Lifespan's clinical trials for Alzheimer's disease & memory disorders.

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