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Dr. Hilary Glazer, MD is an expert in seeing patients and families who want help with:
  • Protecting the Brain as We Age
  • Preventing Memory Loss
  • Mild Memory Changes all the way to Severe
  • Mild Cognitive Impairment, Dementia, Alzheimer's Disease, Vascular Dementia, Lewy Body Disease, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, Primary Progressive Aphasia, Frontotemporal Dementia, and other Memory Diagnoses, and 
Dr. Hilary Glazer, MD is a board-certified Memory Neurologist, and one of the few in South Florida.

Welcome to Our Practice!

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  • Dr. Glazer delivers the highest quality care possible, in as much time as you need.

  • She is Ivy-League trained, has been an expert witness in multiple prestigious legal cases, has been an expert consultant to Dementia cure researchers.

  • She is the Vice Chairperson of the Alzheimer's Association, Broward County, and has won multiple

Our Practice is Different.

We think it should be easy--and fun!--to see the Doctor.

We are a Direct Care and a Direct Pay practice. 

           awards throughout her career, including the Compassionate                     Patient Care Award in Neurology from University of Miami.

  • Dr. G has personal experience about Memory Loss and respecting our loved one's dignity as they become ill or are dying.  See more


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Direct Care and Direct Pay Practice

  • Dr. G is the only person in contact with you and your family. No secretaries, assistants, nurse practitioners, or physician assistants. This way she gets to know you quicker, your family, your needs, and your goals.

  • No need to call an office number and speak to anyone other than Dr. G!  You get Dr. G's cell phone, and all messages go straight to her.  No lost messages, and no need to call twice.  You can text Dr. G and will get an answer within 24 hours. Dr. G answers her messages every day during 

  • No lost paperwork or faxes!  You can text paperwork, lab results, or notes directly to Dr. G.  (We do have faxing capabilities though.)

  • Phone Calls and Video Visits from home in case you can't make it to the office or your loved one lives in a living facility.

  • Dr. G spends as much time with you as you need, and her fees are based on time.

  • There are fees associated with these services.  Please see

  • Dr. G's Practice minimizes her interactions with insurance companies so she can devote more time to patients, research, and teaching, and she is a very happy doctor!  Willing to get to know you as a human being, go above and beyond with the most innovative and personalized care, latest research studies and projects, and spreads her positive outlook to as many people as possible. 

  • You book every appointment online, and can see Dr. G's schedule whenever you want on this website.

  • Dr. G lets you know ahead of time when she is about to go on vacation to get your refills and questions answered ahead of time.

  • You get a copy of your note (all the details Dr. G wrote about you, your history, your goals, and your diagnosis and plan) immediately after the visit, to review with family or share with your PCP or other doctors.

  • A lot of unnecessary testing is  done and a lot medications are prescribed that could be minimized when doctors and other specialists talk to each  other.

  • Dr. G makes it a priority to coordinate your care with your PCP, other specialists, and family so everyone is on the same page.

  • We minimize unnecessary tests, medications, ER visits, and hospitalizations that way. 

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Did You Know?
Memory Loss and Dementia can be reversible.
  • Most PCPs and specialists aren't trained in Memory Loss or how to detect and treat reversible causes.
  • We like giving Good News!  Memory loss does not have to be Alzheimer's or Dementia
  • There are plenty of reversible causes of memory loss.  But waiting until there have been months of symptoms may be too late. The sooner we do something about it the better!  Don't be afraid to have your memory evaluated.  We can help, whatever the cause.

Did You Know?

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We know what helps prevent Alzheimer's.
  • Every month there are more and more studies coming out about the best ways to lower our risk of memory loss and Alzheimer's Disease.  Dr. Glazer follows these developments every day. Let's talk about this on a visit!​​
10% of people over age 65 have Dementia, and 30 to 40% of people over age 85 have Dementia.​
  • All adults over age 70 should be tested for the ability to drive safely.
  • A cognitive neurologist such as Dr. Glazer is the best-equipped specialist to conduct an accurate and sensitive evaluation.
We can slow down Memory Loss
  • Currently available therapies are better than medication at slowing down memory loss.  Currently available medications may slow down memory loss by 4 years or more.  Other therapies more than double the effect of medication.
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PCPs, neurologists, or other specialists can miss or delay a diagnosis of Dementia from 60 to 100% of the time
  • Most Medical School and Neurology training does not include Memory Disorders as a requirement.
  • Also, 30% of patients given a diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease wound up not having Alzheimer's when their brains were examined under the microscope.  See a cognitive neurologist like Dr. Glazer, who has been specially trained, for a diagnosis.
Cognitive Neurologists like Dr. Glazer can be 97-100% accurate at making a diagnosis. 
  • As Memory Specialists, we are uniquely trained to understand what is normal and what is not for age.  Is this a reversible cause of memory loss, or something that can be slowed down if caught early? 

  • If you are looking for a Memory Specialist, please make sure they have a Cognitive Neurology Fellowship as certified by the United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties.  You can find a list of diplomates of this Board here, and under subspecialty, click "Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry."

The earlier we do something about memory loss the better chance we have of slowing it down.

  • You may have heard that currently available therapies for memory "don't work."  In the majority of cases this is not true.  Often memory loss does not get diagnosed until it is too late to significantly help the person.  We are focused on early diagnosis so we can reverse, treat, or slow it down.  Don't wait months for an appointment.  

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More about the Practice

More about Our Practice

Dr. Glazer is an expert in her field

  • Dr. Glazer did Fellowship training in Cognitive Neurology, which means she can give the most accurate diagnoses and is well versed in the latest treatments and research.    (How do you know someone is an expert? See if they are a Diplomate of the United Council for Neurological Subspecialties here, and under subspecialty click "Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry.")

We love giving Good News! 

(And many times, we do!)

  • We sometimes find that the memory changes are normal, can be reversed, or that your risk of developing memory loss is low.

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We don't just do the prescribing, we do the doctoring.  We are all about a whole-person approach to medicine.  

    If there is a diagnosis, we advise on:

  • Identifying your personalized Goals of Care, and how to get you there

  • The best medications to take, and the ones to stop

  • Non-drug therapies

  • Future Planning

  • Reducing Caregiver Stress

  • Getting the most out of family interactions

  • Improving quality of life


Are you interested in Research?

By volunteering the powers of your brain, or donating your brain to research, you have the power to help others, and to help expedite a cure for memory loss. 

You have probably seen several ads for enrolling in research studies.  Dr. Glazer can discuss the types she recommends, and the ones that meet your needs to find something for you.  She can then give you the contact information to enroll in the study.

Everyone hopes that the research study they're in will be The Cure, and we hope so too!  But be prepared to not know whether you are receiving treatment or placebo, and that there can be unknown side effects, or even worsening of memory.  Dr. Glazer can discuss these risks with you.

Other Neurology

Dr. Glazer also likes treating other neurology questions, such as:

  • Unexplained neurological symptoms

  • Headache

  • Numbness

  • Weakness

  • Sensory changes

Other Neurology
About Dr.G

About Dr. Glazer

Hilary grew up in Rockland County, New York in a small family.  Her mom is Susan, a pianist and retired administrative assistant at Atlantic Records, and her dad was Ted, an illustration artist and project leader for an organization for mentally challenged adults.

She attended Ramapo Senior High School, and graduated valedictorian of her class.  She attended Tufts University where she majored in Biology and Spanish. She then obtained a scholarship to Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine.  She conducted research and away rotations at Harvard Medical School and University of California San Francisco under one of the most renowned Behavioral Neurologists in the world, Dr. Bruce Miller, the world's expert on Frontotemporal Dementia.  She completed Neurology Residency and Chief Residency at University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital.  She then went for fellowship training in Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology at University of Florida, under one of the other most renowned Neurologists in the world, Dr. Kenneth Heilman, whose lectures were preserved as part of an Oral History Project through the American Academy of Neurology.

Dr. Glazer has received numerous awards throughout her career, including the James Stern Leadership Scholarship, Summa Cum Laude, Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, and the Award for Compassionate Care in Neurology.

She is a Clinical Affiliate Professor of Neurology at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, FL, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Translational Medicine at Florida International University in Miami, FL.

She is Vice Chair of the Leadership Board of the Alzheimer's Association.  She volunteers her time with the Association.

Dr. Glazer's Story

"In 2002, my dad was a 58 year old artist leading a team of therapists for mentally disabled adults, admired by his friends and coworkers for his intelligence and charisma.  In just 8 short weeks, he developed cancer metastatic to the brain and needed round-the-clock help for not being able to eat, confusion, and abnormal behavior.  My mom and I were told to place him in a Nursing Home!  It was the worst time of our lives.  We scrambled for the means to provide him care without placing him in a nursing home, and were left with nowhere to turn and no advice from his medical team.  My father passed away several days later peacefully at home, but this left a big impact on me.  As I applied to Medical School, and throughout my training, I thought, 'I'm never going to let this happen to anyone.'

I see the uncertainty that comes with getting older and not knowing what to plan for as very similar to the situation my mom and I had to deal with, and I'm determined to make it better for as many people as I can.

Many people who are worried about memory changes actually turn out to have normal memory, and can be reassured!  In other cases, memory loss can be reversed when treated early.

If there is a possible chronic condition causing memory loss, I believe everyone deserves an early diagnosis, knowledge of their diagnosis, education and support for the entire family, and the opportunity for multiple discussions about what to do when they need more help. 

My father was more than just a number in a bed and I try to treat all of my patients and families as family.  Also, I want everyone out there to know that there is always hope for anyone facing a possible neurological condition."

Our Hours

Our Hours

Mondays, Tuesdays 11am-5pm*

Wednesdays 11am-1pm*

*A response to a call, text, email, or fax will always be given within 24 hours, if it is within Practice Hours. 

Speaking and Consulting

Dr. Glazer has given speaking engagements all over the country.  
She also assists in legal cases. 
Please email her at to inquire about her rates.

Insurance Information

Dr. Glazer is committed to high quality Memory and Neurological Care.  She provides services that may not be covered by some insurance plans.  For this reason, the family pays out of pocket initially. For all plans except for Medicare Part B, the patient or family can submit for reimbursement to their insurance on their own. 

Our Rates

New Visit $540 for a 1 hr visit* 

Return Visit $300 for a 30 minute visit* 

Return Visit $540 for a 1 hour visit* 

$300 cancellation fee if an appointment is not cancelled within 48 hours. 

*Please note that I will make every effort to give a diagnosis and initial treatment plan on the first visit, but extra time (usually approximately 5-30 min) is sometimes needed, especially if I am reviewing labs, medical records, imaging, or neuropsychological tests.


Please note that there are additional fees as described below:

$9 per minute for extra visit time

$9 per minute for calls with members of your Care Team (PCP, specialists)

$9 per minute for reviewing imaging, lab results, or any other clinical information (if not during visit time)

$9 per minute for review of medical records (if not included in visit time)

$9 per minute for sending medical records to your PCP or Care Team (if not included in visit time)

$9 per minute for new prescriptions and refills (if not included in visit time)

$9 per minute for referral to research studies (if not included in visit time)

$9 per minute for phone calls with patient or family 

$9 per minute for prior authorizations for medications or tests

$20 per minute for incoming voicemails

$20 per minute for text and email communications


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