Memory Concerns?

Schedule a Memory Evaluation

Kentucky Neuroscience Institute Memory Disorders Clinic offers initial evaluations for memory loss with late-life cognitive disorders, e.g., Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia.

Our UK-Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center physicians provide a thorough assessment for patients with memory concerns at the Kentucky Neuroscience Institute Memory Disorders Clinic. Following evaluation, patients may be asked to participate in our Sanders-Brown Center on Aging Clinic studies.

Appointment and information: (859) 323-5661 

Kentucky Neuroscience Institute

Kentucky Clinic
First floor, Wing C (Across from Starbucks)
740 South Limestone
Lexington, KY 40536-0284
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Telemedicine Cognitive Clinic for patients who live in remote areas of Kentucky, or surrounding states, a videoconferencing system allows patient and doctor to see and talk with each other as if they were in the same room. Appointments: (859) 257-6404

Minority Gateway Clinic located in the African-American community, this clinic evaluates and follows minority subjects (primarily African Americans) with or without memory and thinking problems and provides culturally sensitive care to patients and support to families. Appointments: (859) 323-5550 

Minority Gateway Satellite

Minority Gateway Satellite at UK Polk-Dalton Clinic
217 Elm Tree Lane
Lexington KY 40507
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Clinical Care

Our research participants receive medical treatment and follow-up care for Alzheimer’s disease, frontotemporal dementias, Lewy body disease, and other dementias from our expert physicians. Although the patient-participants are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or related memory problems and agree to participate in our research studies, it is important that they continue to receive comprehensive clinical care from their primary care physician.

Patients participating in research studies will receive periodic research evaluations, depending on the specific research protocol; however, this does not substitute for regular clinical care. Our physicians are specialists and do not offer primary care, but encourage close communication with your private physicians. Our specialists will be happy to share their findings with your physician, if requested.



What is a memory screening?

A memory screening consists of a short test (roughly 10 minutes) which looks at your thinking and memory abilities. Results from the screen allow Sanders-Brown staff to suggest appropriate next steps and a follow-up if needed.

Why should I have my memory screened?

If you feel like you are having trouble with your memory and thinking at any age, or if you have a family history of dementia or Alzheimer's disease, a memory screen is a great starting point for evaluation and a means of being proactive. The results should be shared with your primary care physician.

Screenings are recommended to anyone over the age of 65 as a part of their annual health check-up.

Where and when?

Sanders-Brown Clinic
1030 South Broadway
Every Wednesday and Thursday
1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Polk Dalton Clinic
217 Elm Tree Lane
Every third Wednesday of the month
9:30 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.

To schedule a screening, or for more information:

Call: 859-218-3867


24-Hour Association Number

Alzheimer’s Association Phone
: 800.272.3900

Local chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association: