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2012 MDP Patient and Caregiver Appreciation Luncheon

The Memory Disorders Program

Saturday, November 17, 2012 from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EST)

2012 MDP Patient and Caregiver Appreciation Luncheon

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 Patients, research participants, and families are all welcome to attend. Dr. R. Scott Turner and Bernice Hutchinson, Executive Director of the DuPont Circle Village will be presenting. The Memory Disorders Program staff will be in attendance, and we all hope to see you there.

This year's luncheon will take place in the Copley Formal Lounge.

 

Parking

Free parking is available in the Leavey Center Parking Garage, accessible from Georgetown University Hospital Entrance 1 on Reservoir Road, NW. You will receive a parking coupon at the lunch, to be presented at the gate when you leave for the day.

 

 

Driving Directions

From Washington, DC

  • From Northwest Washington - Take Wisconsin Ave. south to Reservoir Rd. Turn right. Turn left at Georgetown University Entrance 1.
  • From Southeast Washington - Take Pennsylvania Ave. west to Independence Ave. Bear left. Take Independence to 12th St. NW, and turn right. Take 12th St. to K St. and turn left. Follow K St. to Whitehurst Freeway. Turn left onto Canal Rd. Stay in right lane. Bear right onto Foxhall Rd. Turn right at Reservoir Rd. Turn right at Georgetown University Entrance 1.
  • From Northeast Washington - Take Rhode Island Ave. west until it feeds into M St. Take M St. to Wisconsin Ave. Turn right onto Wisconsin Ave. Take Wisconsin Ave. to Reservoir Rd. and turn left. Turn left at Georgetown University Entrance 1.

From Virginia

  • From I-66 - Take I-66 East to the Rosslyn-Key Bridge exit. Stay in left lane and follow signs to Key Bridge. Cross Key Bridge and stay in left lane. Turn left onto Canal Road. Stay in right lane. Bear right onto Foxhall Rd. Turn right onto Reservoir Rd. Turn left at Georgetown University Entrance 1.
  • From I-395 - Take I-395 North. Exit Washington Blvd. to Rosslyn. Take Washington Blvd. and follow signs to Rosslyn and Key Bridge. Cross Key Bridge. Turn left onto Canal Rd. Stay in right lane. Bear right onto Foxhall Rd. Turn right at Reservoir Rd. Turn right at Georgetown University Entrance 2.
  • From Rte. 50 eastbound - Follow Rte. 50 east and take Rosslyn-Key Bridge exit. Follow signs to Key Bridge. Cross Key Bridge and turn left onto Canal Road. Stay in right lane. Bear right onto Foxhall Rd. Turn right at Reservoir Rd. Turn right at Georgetown University Entrance 1.
  • From George Washington Parkway - Take the G-W Parkway south. Exit Key Bridge. Cross bridge and turn left onto Canal Rd. Stay in right lane. Bear right onto Foxhall Rd. Turn right at Reservoir Rd. Turn right at Georgetown University Entrance 1.

From Maryland

  • From I-270 - Take I-270 south toward Washington. Exit Rte. 355 Wisconsin Ave. south. Take Wisconsin Ave. south to Reservoir Rd. Turn right. Turn left at Georgetown University Entrance 1.
  • From I-95 - Take I-95 south to I-495 west to Silver Spring. Exit Rte. 355 Wisconsin Ave. south to Washington. Take Wisconsin Ave. south to Reservoir Rd. Turn right. Turn left at Georgetown University Entrance 1.
  • From Baltimore-Washington Parkway or Rte. 50 westbound - Take B-W Parkway or Rte. 50 west to New York Ave. Take New York Ave. to L St. Bear right. Turn left on 10th St. NW and then right on K St. Follow K St. to Whitehurst Freeway. Turn left onto Canal Road. Stay in right lane. Bear right onto Foxhall Rd. Turn right at Reservoir Rd. Turn right into the Georgetown University Entrance 1.

 

Questions?
Contact Christine Sawda at (202) 687-9078, or email her at cns45@georgetown.edu.

 

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Have questions about 2012 MDP Patient and Caregiver Appreciation Luncheon? Contact The Memory Disorders Program

When & Where


Copley Formal Lounge at Georgetown University



Saturday, November 17, 2012 from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EST)


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The Memory Disorders Program

The Georgetown University Memory Disorders Program is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art clinical services for individuals affected by Alzheimer's disease and related disorders and to conducting research aimed at improving treatment options for Alzheimer's disease.

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