Our practice is open every day from Monday to Friday, all our surgeons are available for Telehealth appointments or face-to-face appointments in the respect of current NSW Health guidelines. From Monday 25 October 2021 elective surgeries will resume at 75% capacity at Macquarie University Hospital. If you have been waiting for surgery; we will be in contact once we have been able to triage surgical needs.
For patients with appointments, if you are suffering any symptoms such as fever, dry cough, sore throat, tiredness or shortness of breath or have recently travelled interstate, overseas or been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19, please contact our reception team on 02 9812 3900 before attending the clinic.
Macquarie Neurosurgery is supporting efforts to slow community transmission of COVID-19 and is following advice of the Australian Government and NSW Health. We are committed to the safety and wellbeing of our patients, staff and visitors.
We have appropriate infection prevention and control protocols in place to minimise the risk of any infection, including COVID-19:
QR code: access to our Clinic remains subject to QR code which is mandatory since Monday 12 July 2021. If you do not have the appropriate phone or Service NSW app, you can use our registration form at reception. Our staff will be happy to assist you
Face masks: all visitors (over the age of 12) to the Clinic are required to wear a mask
Vaccination status: all patients coming for a face-to-face appointment must present a proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 PCR test result on arrival, taken within the previous 72 hours
Leading Team of Neurosurgeons across NSW
Macquarie Neurosurgery is one of Australia’s largest academic neurosurgery groups. It includes nine neurosurgeons who are dedicated to not only perfecting their clinical and neurosurgical skills, but also educating future neurosurgeons and leading breakthrough research. With subspecialty interests in vascular neurosurgery, complex spine surgery, tumour surgery, and syringomyelia and Chiari malformation you can be confident you will be seen by a specialist in the field. We have a collaborative approach to patient care. We hold regular multidisciplinary meetings where various specialists discuss your case and consider possible alternatives and make an informed decision as to how best to manage your condition.
Working at Macquarie University Hospital, we have access to the latest technology from intraoperative scans and high-resolution neurosurgical microscopes, to state-of-the-art imaging and the revolutionary Gamma Knife.
We welcome referrals for patient consultation or for opinions at our multi-disciplinary team meetings in cerebrovascular, neurooncology and pituitary disorders.
We are dedicated to providing accessible neurosurgical care for everyone; this means we have 12 clinic locations around NSW. Our neurosurgeons travel to these regional clinics to provide our patient’s access to a specialist in a way that is more convenient to you.
With a neurosurgeon on-call 24/7, we pledge to always be available. Our compassionate staff and talented surgeons are committed to providing an excellent patient experience. We will strive to remain leaders in neurosurgical care for you and your family.