Some neurologists receive subspecialty training focusing on a particular area of the fields, these training programs are called fellowships, and are one to two years.
These teams are made up of pathologists – who are either doctors with specialist laboratory training or scientists with specialist clinical training – as well as biomedical scientists and support staff. Doctors, nurses, surgeons and other medical staff look to pathologists and consultant clinical scientists for advice on the nature and seriousness of a patient’s illness, making sure they get the most appropriate treatment. We will work with you to develop individualised care plans, including management of chronic diseases.
If we cannot assist, we can provide referrals or advice about the type of practitioner you require. We are committed to being the region’s premier healthcare network by providing patient-centered care that inspires clinical and service excellence, making us the first and best choice for our patients, employees, physicians, employers, volunteers and communities.
Our doctors include highly qualified male and female practitioners who come from a range of backgrounds and bring with a diversity of skills and special interests. Our administration and support staff all have exceptional people skills and trained to assist you with all medical enquiries.