There are several motor neurone disease specific clinics and programs of care in New South Wales and the ACT. These specialised clinics provide an integrated approach to the management and clinical care of the person with motor neurone disease.
The multidisciplinary clinics give the person with motor neurone disease access to a range of health professionals who work together to provide a coordinated response to care.
Team members may include the neurologist, rehabilitation specialist, palliative care specialist, respiratory specialist, physiotherapist, dietitian, social worker, occupational therapist, speech pathologist and clinic nurse coordinator. MND Association regional advisors also attend these clinics to provide information and support.
MND clinics and services in NSW and the ACT are located at:
- ACT Health MND Clinic, Canberra
- Prince of Wales Hospital MND Clinic, Randwick
- St Joseph's Hospital Multidisciplinary MND Clinic, Auburn
- Macquarie Neurology, Macquarie University Hospital Clinic, Macquarie University
- Calvary Health Care MND Service, Kogarah
Although the clinics are located in particular local health areas, some clinics will see people from outside of their local area. Fees may apply for some services however the Medicare rebate does apply. You may need a GP referral. Please check with the service provider.
For contact details view/download the above file or contact MND NSW.