At Lancaster Neurology, we are committed to providing the best neurological care for our patients. We specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the nervous system and the diagnosis and treatment of all neurological disorders. Dr. Khan treats a vast range of neurological disorders and sleep problems, from common to complex, with compassion and the most advanced, state of the art technology.
We are committed to providing the best neurological care for our patients. In order to provide you excellent care and assistance, we need you to take charge of your own health.
The following steps can make a positive difference in your care.
- Please bring all your medication bottles with you each visit. Bring ALL OF THEM, whether prescribed by us or another doctor. Bring them EVERY TIME.
- If you have Imaging Studies such as CT scans, MRI scans done at any place other than Springs Memorial Hospital or Lancaster Imaging Center bring ORIGINAL FILMS and REPORTS.
- Try to bring all relevant medical records.
- Keep your follow ups. If you are improving its important to monitor your improvement, labs and medication. If you are not improving then approach needs to be changed. In any case, KEEP YOUR FOLLOW UPS.
- If you have experienced a seizure-like activity or loss of consciousness please BRING A WITNESS with you who saw the event.
- To ensure the doctor addresses all of your concerns, please BEGIN THE VISIT BY CLEARLY STATING ALL THE FACTS about your illness that you can recall. DO NOT wait until the end of the visit.
- If you are bringing your parent or loved one for a DEMENTIA EVALUATION, please talk to the doctor comfortably and freely. Dealing with an aging loved one can be a stressful and difficult experience, but remember that you are visiting the doctor to get to the right diagnosis and get your loved one the right treatment. It can often be helpful to write down the items you want to discuss before your visit. It can be difficult to remember everything you want to say during a consultation. Allow your loved one time to speak as well as this can be a difficult and confusing time for them and they need to be shown dignity and compassion, but please understand that if your loved one is having difficulty remembering symptoms or events it is important that you speak on their behalf. If you are uncomfortable speaking in front of your loved one, please ask a nurse to let you speak with the doctor in a separate room before the visit.
Located in the Medical Arts Building, Suite G
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00