We are now serving our neurology patients in a beautiful new location! The address is: CHOC Children’s Neuroscience Center (formerly CHOC Children’s Neurology Clinic), 505 S. Main Street, Suite 350, in Orange.
The new location features 15 exam rooms with large monitors for viewing test results; several team conference areas; a patient and family-friendly reception area with learning and gaming centers; and wider hallways and a plate- push front door in consideration of our patients and families using wheelchairs. The expanded space allows for future growth, including the upcoming launch of our tuberous sclerosis program.
Please note our hours of operation and phone numbers remain unchanged.
To schedule an appointment, please call the Patient Access Center (PAC) at 1-888-770-2462. Should you have any questions or concerns, please call 714-509-7601.
For a campus map, click here for English and Spanish. Please note the CHOC Children’s Neuroscience Center is located in the CHOC Commerce Tower (#13 on the map legend, with parking directly adjacent to the building.)
We look forward to seeing you in our new location.
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