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Compassionate, Professional Care
Board-Certified and Licensed Psychiatrist

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Dr. Matthew May

Telephone:650-566-1212
Fax:650-566-1211
Address:1220 University Drive, Ste. 201 Menlo Park, CA 94025

Emergencies:

Dial 911 on your telephone.  Use a land-line if possible.
If this is not an option, go to your nearest Emergency Department.

Urgent Situations:  (Current Patients Only)

Dial my cell phone:  650-515-0202
If I do not respond within one hour or if you need help more urgently,
dial my pager:  650-301-2050

Non-Urgent Situations:

Dial my office phone:  650-566-1212
Option "0" is for current patients
Option "1" is for all other callers

Please call my office to schedule an appointment.



Driving Directions

From Highway 101:

Exit Willow Road and proceed South/West 0.8 miles.
Turn Right onto Middlefield Road and proceed 0.9 miles.
Turn Left on Oak Grove and follow Oak Grove until it ends at University Drive.
Turn Right on University Drive and find parking (see below).

From Highway 280:

Exit Sand Hill Road and proceed East 2.5 miles until it ends at El Camino Real.
Turn Left onto El Camino Real and proceed 0.9 miles to Oak Grove.
Turn Left onto Oak Grove and proceed 0.3 miles until it ends at University Drive.
Turn Right on University Drive and find parking (see below)

Parking:

You may park on University Drive (limited to 2 hours during business hours on weekdays).  Parking is also available in a small garage below the building (second driveway on your right after turning onto University).  The entrance and exit to the parking garage are a bit tight.

Accessibility:

The building has wheelchair access.  There is an elevator from the garage to the second floor, where my office is located.


Public Transportation

My office is a ten-minute walk from the Menlo Park CalTrain Station (Zone 3, 1120 Merrill Street, Menlo Park, CA).  For information call:  800-660-4287

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The information provided on this website is not intended to diagnose or treat any condition. Visiting this website does not constitute a doctor-patient relationship.  Information found on the internet cannot substitute for individualized evaluation and treatment by medical or mental health professionals.  All written materials are the exclusive copyright of Dr. Matthew May, ©2017.

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