Cleveland Clinic is ranked among the nation's top hospitals by U. S. News & World Report. Keep Memory Alive (KMA) was founded in 1996 by Larry Ruvo to raise awareness and funds for improved treatment and a cure for neurocognitive disorders. In 2009, they partnered to form Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.
The Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health is a multidisciplinary center, co-located in Las Vegas and Cleveland. We provide expert diagnosis and treatment for patients with cognitive disorders and support for their families. Physicians and staff focus on early intervention for mild cognitive disorders through physical exercise, cognitive rehabilitation and medication. Education and research are additional priorities.
On-site outpatient services include evaluation, neuroimaging, treatment, clinical trials, caregiver services and family care. In addition to Alzheimer's disease, we evaluate and treat other causes of cognitive loss such as ALS, Huntington's disease, Parkinson's disease, depression, head trauma, vascular disease of the brain, and Multiple Sclerosis.
The center offers the most up-to-date and technologically advanced diagnostic imaging services, performed by one of the leading neuroimaging academic medical centers in the world. We offer same-day access for imaging services and results are often available within 24 hours.
Based on the results, we chart an individualized treatment plan for each person, which may include medication, cognitive rehabilitation, physical exercise and psychiatric care.
The Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health works in association with the Cleveland Clinic's Neurological Institute, where more than 250 specialists combine clinical expertise, academic achievement and innovative research to accelerate transfer of investigational therapies unavailable elsewhere, for the benefit of adult and pediatric patients.
The Las Vegas facility is located in an iconic building designed by the world-renowned architect, Frank Gehry. Keep Memory Alive operates space dedicated to creating memories for individuals who host and attend events in the Gehry-designed Life Activity Center. Revenues benefit KMA's commitment to eradicating memory disorders.