Prof Bruce Campbell
A/Prof Nawaf Yassi
Dr Felix Ng
Dr Anna Balabanski
Dr Angela Dos Santos
The clinic reviews people with stroke and cerebrovascular disease, including ischaemic stroke, intracerebral haemorrhage, cerebral venous sinus thrombosis and vasculopathies including arterial dissection, Moya Moya disease, CADASIL.
Telehealth is the preferred appointment type for this clinic.
Most patients seen in the clinic are being followed up after having been treated by the RMH inpatient stroke service.
External referrals for quaternary stroke opinion will be accepted. Other external referrals for patients residing in metropolitan areas with a closer public outpatient stroke clinic should be referred to their closer centre for care. Patients residing in regional areas will be accepted if the complexity of the condition requires specialist stroke centre input.
This clinic is suitable for:
1. Adults (age > 18 years) with exceptions on a case-by-case basis
2. Patients with a diagnosis of stroke or cerebrovascular disease
1. Patients whose primary problem is a vascular malformation including aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations (these patients are best managed in the RMH Cerebrovascular Clinic
2. Patients with a suspected Transient Ischaemic Attack (these patients are best managed in our TIA Rapid Access Clinic)