Parkinson’s Care Center
The Booth Gardner Parkinson's Care Center at EvergreenHealth improves the quality of life for people living with Parkinson's disease and related conditions through a comprehensive program of diagnosis, treatment and support.
We offer treatment for:
- Parkinson's disease
- MSA (Multiple System Atrophy)
- PSP (Progressive Supranuclear Palsy)
- Restless Leg Syndrome
- Gait and balance
Key services at the Parkinson’s Care Center include:
- Initial diagnostic evaluations
- Second opinion consultations
- Comprehensive neurological care
- Comprehensive rehabilitative care, including neuropsychological assessments and counseling
- Counseling for social and vocational issues
- Access to cutting-edge clinical trials and independent research
Everything under one roof
The Parkinson’s Care Center is part of EvergreenHealth Neurological Care at the EvergreenHealth Neuroscience, Spine & Orthopedic Institute. The state-of-the-art facility offers experts in Parkinson’s and movement disorder care, patient-friendly access, an on-site clinical research lab and comprehensive rehabilitation services.
By bringing our key services together under one roof, we are able to coordinate complex care issues with our network of specialty providers. These experts include:
- Physical, occupational and speech therapists
- Social workers
Treatment and research
Learn about the research and clinical trials underway at the Booth Gardner Parkinson's Center in this interview by Radio Parkies.
Insurance often covers our clinical services. We'll even help you seek authorization for our services.
Our Employment and Disability Insurance Advocacy program social workers provide consultation to patients about employment protections and benefits as well as education and advocacy throughout the short-term, long-term and Social Security Disability Insurance processes.
In partnership with Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation, we provide geographically tailored community resource packets to patients and families who are newly or recently diagnosed with Parkinson’s.
Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation can be reached at NWPF.org or 1.877.980.7500 for resources and support options.
The Center is named after former Washington Governor Booth Gardner, who lived with Parkinson's.