The ALS Association

The ALS Association Certified Centers and Clinics

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The ALS Association collaborates with some of the best ALS physicians and clinics across the United States to help ensure that people living with ALS have access to specialized care, based on best practices. The ALS Association’s Certified Treatment Centers of Excellence and Recognized Treatment Centers provide compassionate care in a supportive, family-oriented atmosphere.

This multidisciplinary care model brings together a team of health care professionals specially trained to address the needs of people living with ALS, allowing them to receive care from each discipline during a single visit. The care team typically includes a neurologist, physical therapist, occupational therapist, respiratory therapist, nurse, dietitian, speech language pathologist, social worker, mental health professional and an ALS Association Chapter liaison.

Certified Treatment Center

The ALS Association Certified Treatment Centers of Excellence

Since 1998, The ALS Association’s national network of Certified Treatment Centers of Excellence has provided evidence-based, multidisciplinary ALS care and services in a supportive atmosphere with an emphasis on hope and quality of life. Each ALS clinic must meet The ALS Association’s clinical care and treatment standards, which are based on the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) Practice Parameters, participate in ALS-related research and successfully complete a comprehensive site review to be certified as a center of excellence. Achieving certification through successful completion of the program’s robust clinical and administrative reviews confirms to people living with ALS and their family members the validity and comprehensiveness of the Certified Treatment Center of Excellence’s standards of quality and implementation of best practices. Learn more about Certified Treatment Centers of Excellence.


Recognized Treatment Center

The ALS Association Recognized Treatment Centers

The ALS Association Recognized Treatment Centers have the same high quality approach to multidisciplinary care as The ALS Association Certified Treatment Centers; however, they may not offer onsite research or opportunities to participate in clinical trials. Learn more about Recognized Treatment Centers.


Other Affiliated Clinics

The ALS Association Chapters have relationships with various clinics and practitioners across the country.  Learn more about these affiliates.


Find a Certified Center or Clinic in your area:


Barrow Neurological Institute

240 W. Thomas Road, Suite 400
Phoenix, AZ 85013
Medical Director - Shafeeq Ladha, M.D.
Phone: 602-406-2704

UCSF Satellite Clinic - Santa Rosa

100 Brookwood Ave
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Medical Director - Catherine Lomen-Hoerth, MD, PhD
Phone: 415-353-2122

Oregon Health and Sciences University ALS Clinic

3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Road
CR120
Portland, OR 97239
Medical Director - Chafic Karam, MD
Phone: 800-245-6478

Southern Oregon ALS Clinic - Medford

Asante Neurology
520 Medical Center Drive, Suite 201
Medford, OR 97504
Medical Director - Dr. Eric Lee
Phone: 541-789-5790
Fax: 541-789-5973

Neuromuscular and ALS Center for Comprehensive Care at Lehigh Valley Hospital

Lehigh Neurology
1210 S. Cedar Crest Blvd.
Allentown, PA 18103
Medical Director - Glenn Mackin, M.D.
Phone: 610-402-8420

Kaiser Permanente ALS Clinic - Fontana

9985 Sierra Avenue
Fontana, CA 92335
Medical Director - Dr. Vinh Dang
Phone: 909-427-5416
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