Sydney Neurology is a an academically-focused associate group Neurology practice which was established in 2004 to provide both a centre of excellence in outpatient neurological care and a focus for clinical neurology research, with an emphasis on neuro-inflammatory diseases such as multiple sclerosis.
Founded by Professor John Pollard, A/Professor Michael Barnett and A/Professor Stephen Reddel, the practice now comprises a dedicated team of neurologists, nurses, neurophysiology technicians and administrative staff. Neurologists at the practice have subspeciality expertise across a broad array of neurological disorders, and are affiliated with leading teaching hospitals in Sydney including Royal Prince Alfred, Concord and St George hospitals. Additionally, Sydney Neurology facilitates the provision of the BMC Multiple Sclerosis Clinic, which is run in partnership with MS Australia and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
Sydney Neurology is a modern and efficient private Neurology practice operating within a leading Neuroscience research facility. As a group practice of Neurologists with similar interests, we are able to give excellent service with continuity of care and early assessment of urgent problems. We offer a full range of neurological services including nerve conduction studies, EMG, EEG and evoked potentials.
The Brain and Mind Centre
Lvl 4, 94 Mallett Street
Camperdown NSW 2050
Telephone +612 93510730
Fax +612 9351 0653
Hours of Availability Mon – Fri, 08:00-17:00 AEST
The nearest bus routes run along Parramatta Road and Salisbury Road. The closest train station is Newtown. There is metered parking in Mallett Street, and a limited number of disabled parking spaces.