After hearing that piece of info I went into shock. 10-100 is (trying to find the word) OH MY GOSH state. If I was having that many I don't know WHAT I would be feeling like doing to my Dr, but it would not be to pat them on the back and walk out with a smile on my face!!! I would be irrate beyond words.
Definately follow Kayak's advice and get into a comprehensive epilepsy clinic. Some are backlogged; but if they hear your child case (number of seizures daily, medication failure etc) you may get an opening that didn't exist before; or get bumped up on the list.
Other things to do... have you tried to safety proof sharp corners; or atleast your childs bedroom to avoid unneeded ER trips for head trauma when a seizure strikes? (have you HAD those trips is thr first question to ask) There's only so much you can do without going overboard.... at age 6 trying to do it could make the way they feel worse.
Basic med kit in the house, med tape, gauze, sterile pads, ointment for wounds, peroxide etc... stuff MOST homes have some of... gauze may be overboard; but you never know... and kids love to get scrapes on bicycles around that age. (makes me think of the hurricane kit I made for a couple getting married; atleast the med bag portion I went overkill on!)