The RPAH Multiple Sclerosis Service at BMC is a tertiary referral, multidisciplinary bulk-billing clinic for patients with multiple sclerosis. A collaboration between the BMC and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, the clinic is held every Wednesday afternoon between 2pm and 5pm, and provides comprehensive neurological service for people with MS in the one location. The clinic is staffed by seven Neurologists with subspecialty expertise in the diagnosis and management of multiple sclerosis, a MS Fellow and a Neurology Advanced Trainee from Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, two clinical nurse consultants in multiple sclerosis, continence advisors, and, by prior appointment, a MS physiotherapist. The clinic is closely affiliated with the MS Clinical Trials Unit at the BMC, directed by Professor Michael Barnett.
How do I get an appointment at the RPAH MS Clinic?
To be eligible for a consultation at the Clinic you must have a referral from your General Practitioner or referring specialist to the MS Clinic. Due to the nature of the clinic and the high demand for appointments, you may see the first doctor available. If you have been referred to a particular Neurologist please let the receptionist know when booking your appointment. It is essential you have a valid referral every time you visit the MS Clinic. Do not rely on your doctor to send it to us. It is the responsibility of each patient to ensure their new or existing referral has been received. Contact us for an appointment.
Which Neurologists can I see at the RPAH MS Clinic?
Please select from our MS Neurologists in the sidebar for further information.
Who else can I see at the RPAH MS Clinic?
MS Clinical Nurse Specialists