Our clinic is dedicated to the assessment and long-term management of people with a possible or definite diagnosis of MS and other neuroimmunological conditions, including neuromyelitis optica, neurosarcoidosis, autoimmune encephalitis, cerebral vasculitis and myasthenia gravis.
This clinic sees patients with MS and neuroimmunological conditions and is staffed by neurologists with specialised training in MS and neuroimmunology. The clinic provides a multidisciplinary approach through specialist MS nurses, a social worker (in collaboration with MS Australia), a physiotherapist and a neuropsychologist. We collaborate closely with rehabilitation physicians and continence physicians at our Royal Park Campus.
Day Medical Centre
We work closely with the Day Medical Centre. Infusion therapies are administered to patients with MS and neuroimmunological conditions who require these therapies as part of their management.
How to access this service
You need a referral from your GP or medical practitioner to access this service.
Your GP will fax your referral to the hospital. Once we receive the referral, we will send you a letter.
If there is a waiting list, you'll be advised what to do in your letter.
Referrals are current for 12 months from the date of issue, unless it is specified as "indefinite". Keep a copy of your referral, so you can easily ask your GP to renew your referral if you need to.
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What to bring
Every time you come to hospital
Every time you come to hospital for a test, day procedure, surgery or treatment, you should bring:
- Medicare card
- Health Care card (if you have one)
- Concession card (if you have one)
- Adverse drug alert card (if you have one)
- Medications you are currently taking, including any that you have bought without a prescription
- X-ray films, scans, ultrasounds or any other test results you have which are related to your procedure
- Private health insurance card (if you want to use it)
- Aids (glasses, hearing aid, walking frame)
For an overnight (or longer) stay
If you come for an overnight (or longer stay), you should also bring:
- A dressing gown and slippers, or comfortable day clothes and shoes
- Your toiletries
- Your iPad/tablet or smart phone, provided you are happy to take responsibility for it
For a day procedure
If you come for a day procedure, you should also bring:
- A responsible adult carer to stay with you to hear instructions, help you and take you home
- Dressing gown and slippers
For a clinic appointment
If you come for a clinic appointment, you should also bring:
- Your appointment book
- Your appointment letter
- Any special items listed on your letter
Do not bring (for overnight or longer stay)
And if you're staying overnight, do not bring:
Your handbag, wallet, purse or large amounts of cash. Just bring a small amount for items such as newspapers, magazines or coffee
- Valuables, such as jewellery, watches or other items of value to you
In a medical emergency, call 000. If you are feeling unwell, see your local GP or go to your local hospital Emergency department for help.