Sun City Neurology is an adult general neurology practice, but the hours are changing.
Dr. Glusman will no longer be available during the typical daytime hours.
Veterans should switch their care over to the El Paso VA Healthcare Center as soon as possible. Any new patients who get any healthcare through the VA must be seen at the VA, and can not be seen at the office. Sorry, we just can't do that any longer. It is a violation of VA regulations.
Our office hours are now reduced to a couple of nights per week: we will be available Monday and Thursday, Sept. 9th and 11th between 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm. After that, the regular days will be Monday and Wednesday between 6:30pm and 9:30pm. However, these days and hours could vary. Watch the website
This is primarily an adult neurology practice, but in some special circumstances, some patients under 18 years of age may be seen on an individual (case by case) basis.
Ask your doctor to speak with Dr. Glusman directly.
The waiting time for scheduling new appointments can seem long, but there are always people who cancel out at the last minute, or who don't show up,
so please ask to be put on a waiting list if you have an urgent problem, or ask your doctor to call Dr. Glusman directly.
Often you can be seen very quickly, almost always within a week or two.
If you were already seen in a hospital by Dr. Glusman, and Dr. Glusman has agreed to follow you in the office, be sure to mention that you are scheduling a "hospital follow-up appointment".
But if you were seen in the Emergency Room or in a "walk in" or "urgent care" clinic by another doctor, nurse or physician's assistant (but not by Dr. Glusman),
and you were told to "follow up with Dr. Glusman", or to "follow up with a neurologist" then you are a brand new patient and not a "follow up", and you need
a full 60 minute "new patient appointment slot".
You need a referral from your primary doctor. ----- We like for you to
have a referral (even if you think that your insurance doesn't require it).
Sorry, Doctor Glusman can not and will not be your primary or only physician. You must
have a primary doctor.
If your insurance coverage has changed, or if another company has bought up your plan, you will need a new referral and authorization from your insurance carrier, even if you have been an established patient.
We do need your medical records, your CT Scans, your MRI's etc. Come prepared. Bring this stuff with you so that you don't waste a lot of time. In almost all cases, you do need to make an appointment.
Sorry, we don't take "walk ins".
But, we do see our established headache patients for emergency migraine treatment -- in the office. Please try to call us in the morning, if you have a migraine emergency.
Usually, you can be seen and treated ---on the same day.
We accept Medicare and most commercial insurance plans. Currently,we can accept only a very limited amount of Medicaid (we are not providers for Amerigroup or for Molina).
We don't like unpleasant, last minute surprises, and we are sure that you don't either. So, please verify your coverage and approval or authorization to be seen with our office, well before the day of your appointment..
We can also take many Worker's Compensation cases, but all worker's compensation cases have to be pre-authorized in writing.