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Lawrence Morton, MD

Division Chair, Child Neurology, Division Chief - Clinical Neurophysiology
30 Ratings
4 Comments
Specialties

Neurology, Neurofibromatosis program

Board Certifications

Neurology, - Special expertise in child neurology, - Clinical neurophysiology, - Neuro developmental disabilities, - Epilepsy

Locations

Children's Pavilion
1000 East Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23219
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VCU Medical Center Critical Care Hospital
1213 E. Clay Street
Richmond, VA 23219
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Fredericksburg Multispecialty Center
10528 Spotsylvania Avenue
Fredericksburg, VA 22408
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Areas of interest

Epilepsy/epilepsy surgery
Clinical neurophysiology
Neurocutaneous disorders (tuberous sclerosis
Sturge-Weber syndrome
neurofibromatosis)
General child neurology

Education

Education VCU Medical Center - Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship
Medical School SUNY Downstate
Residency Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
St. Christopher's Hospital for Children
Fellowship Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)

Research interests

Status epilepticus,ICU neuro telemetry,New anti-seizure drug development

Ratings & reviews

30 Ratings
4 Comments

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July 2021
We are extremely pleased and happy with Dr.Morton. He listened to my concerns as a mom and helping us navigate her diagnosis with education & confidence
May 2021
We've always had good experience with Dr. Morton. Very personable and always willing to spend as much time as needed with our son. We never feel rushed.
April 2020
All well.
March 2020
pleasantly surprised by Dr. Morton. had concerns about patient-centeredness but he was very easy to talk to and responsive.
  • Specialty: Pediatric Neurology Neurology Pediatric Neurofibromatosi
physician practice phone number(540) 891-3173       

Board Certifications


Clinical Interests

  • Epilepsy/epilepsy surgery
  • Clinical neurophysiology
  • Neurocutaneous disorders (tuberous sclerosis
  • Sturge-Weber syndrome
  • neurofibromatosis)
  • General child neurology

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