We have 2 clinic locations in which to serve you. Our office hours are Monday through Friday 8:00am – 4:30 pm, for scheduling please call 651-241-5290.


Level 4 Epilepsy Center

Minnesota Epilepsy Group is designated as a level 4 epilepsy center – the highest rating by the National Association of Epilepsy Centers.

About Us

Minnesota Epilepsy Group is the largest and most comprehensive adult and pediatric epilepsy program in the Midwest.  As a regional referral facility, we are the recognized leader in treating epilepsy and other seizure-related conditions in infants to the elderly.

October 1, 2018 · Education

There are many treatment options for people living with epilepsy. For patients who have seizures that are not controlled by medication, epilepsy surgery may be a safe and effective option. Join us for a free class to learn about your surgical treatment options, including innovative new procedures that may help improve your quality of life….

September 12, 2016 · Events

Minnesota Epilepsy Group has formed a team and will be walking at at the MN Epilepsy Foundation’s 2016 Rise above Seizures Walk. The money raised at each walk location supports servicesfor people with seizures like: Camp Oz, where kids with seizures have a safe camping experience with 24/7 medical staff, a creative arts program featuring…

September 12, 2016 · Events

Seize the Evening Reception and Silent Auction, the Epilepsy Advocacy and Employment Group’s annual fundraising event will be held on Saturday, September 17 from 6:30 to 10:00 p.m. at the Bakken Museum, 3537 Zenith Avenue South (corner of West Calhoun Parkway and 35th Street) in Minneapolis. The Silent Auction starts at 6:30 p.m. and ends at…

September 6, 2016 · News

The MNA has authorized a strike for union nurses at metro Allina Hospitals, including United and Abbott Northwestern. The strike began at 7am on Monday, September 5th, and does not have a set end date. United and Abbott Northwestern will be staffed by qualified contract nurses during that time period. During the strike, there will…

May 27, 2016 · News

Sarah Payne We welcomed our sweet baby girl, Madelyn, to this world in October 2013. Around her first birthday, Madelyn started making random, spontaneous movements. My husband and I knew about seizures from our jobs as an EMT and a school psychologist, respectively. Her movements didn’t look like a “typical seizure,” so we started recording…