We provide a comprehensive service that offers diagnostic and therapeutic advice to patients with suspected or known multiple sclerosis (MS), suspected or known neuromyelitis optics (NMO) and other related disorders.
Clinical service overview
Our clinic is run by a MS specialist neurologist as well as a MS nurse consultant and we can provide long term management and treatment for our patients.
The service aims to:
- deliver the highest quality clinical practice enabled through innovation, research and education
- deliver care in partnership with patients, carers, the community and other health care providers
Refer your patient
Fax referral to us
We accept GP and specialist referrals to this service.
All referrals are triaged by the service according to clinical urgency. Patients requiring immediate assessment should be sent to the Emergency & Trauma Centre.
To refer your patient, complete and fax a referral to us. For urgent referrals, also contact the service Registrar to discuss the case.
To ensure appropriate and timely triage, include all demographic and clinical details as well as relevant investigation results.
If you are concerned about any delay of the appointment or if there is any deterioration in your patient’s condition, contact the service Registrar on call on (03) 9076 2000.
- Referral enquiries (03) 9076 2025
- Referral fax (03) 9076 6938
- Prof Helmut Butzkueven: Neurology
- Dr Cassie Nesbitt: Neurology
- Dr Olga Skibina: Neurology
On the doctor’s behalf, Alfred Health can bulk bill the cost of the consultation for some services through Medicare. This means there is no out of pocket expense to the patient.
MBS-billed services require a current referral. Provide your patient with a 12 month referral to see the specialist of your choice at the requested clinic.
Referrals must be addressed to a named specialist or the Head of service, listed at the top of this page. Clinic consultants are listed on every clinic page.
Note that from time to time, your patient may be seen by another specialist in the clinic, in order to expedite their treatment.