The Jona Goldrich Center for Alzheimer's and Memory Disorders brings together Cedars-Sinai clinicians, scientists, patients and their loved ones. Through a transformative gift from the Goldrich family, the center is paving the way toward new treatments and innovative memory care.

Memory Disorders: What We Offer

Memory disorders can bring major changes to your life and the life of your family and caregivers. Cedars-Sinai is here for you. You can count on us for trusted expertise and personalized, compassionate care that helps you navigate these conditions.

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Nationally recognized Cedars-Sinai physician-scientists who specialize in memory disorders guide your care. We offer the most advanced diagnostic services and treatments for dementia and other memory disorders.

Team approach

Our team of specialists includes neurologists, geriatricians, nurse practitioners, neuropsychologists, social workers, genetic counselors and pharmacists. Based on your needs, you may see one or more of these health professionals during office visits.

Care management

Cedars-Sinai is one of the only programs in the country that provides comprehensive memory care. Our services include evaluation, treatment and ongoing care management. We support patients and their loved ones by providing information, resources and care coordination.

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Conditions We Treat

Memory disorders, which include dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, may cause a progressive decline in memory and the ability to carry out everyday tasks. At Cedars-Sinai, you receive care from highly skilled specialists with expertise in common as well as rare and complex forms of memory disorders. We have the technology and knowledge to provide accurate diagnoses, so you get the treatment and support you need.

A Patient's Guide to Memory Disorders

Get more information about memory disorders and dementia symptoms, tests and treatments. Read our experts’ answers to frequently asked questions. And start planning your care journey.


Our scientists are exploring the biological processes that lead to memory disorders and dementia. These efforts are paving the way for new care possibilities.

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Have Questions or Need a Second Opinion?

Our memory disorders experts can provide more information about your diagnosis or care options. Call us at 1-800-CEDARS-1 (1-800-233-2771) to get started.