Auckland DHB Neurosurgery
Public Service, Neurosurgery
The Neurosurgical Department at Auckland City Hospital treats patients with diseases or trauma involving the central and peripheral nervous system. It covers the full range of neurosurgical problems including trauma, benign and malignant tumours, neurovascular conditions, epilepsy amenable to surgery, congenital problems, peripheral nerve disorders and functional neurosurgery for pain and movement disorders.
The Department currently covers an extensive area of the North Island from Northland, all of Auckland, Coromandel to Taranaki, Waikato, Lakeland and Tairāwhiti.
Referrals are triaged (sorted into groups according to urgency of need) by specialists and allocated a grading. If serious, i.e Grade 1, the case is booked immediately for Outpatients.
Urgent cases go through the Emergency Department via the on call registrar.
Procedures / Treatments
A cerebral (cranial) aneurysm is a weakened section in the wall of a blood vessel in the brain that bulges or balloons out.… More
Brain tumours may be primary (they arise in the brain or nearby tissue) or metastatic (they have originated in another part of the body and travelled to the brain, usually via the bloodstream).… More
A subdural haematoma is a collection of blood that forms beneath the outer protective covering of the brain, the dura mater.… More
Tumours may be found within the spinal cord itself, between the spinal cord and its tough outer covering, the dura, or outside the dura.… More
Between the vertebrae in your spine are flat, round discs that act as shock absorbers for the spinal bones.… More
Accepted patients' outpatient booking enquiries can be made directly to the Neurosurgery secretary on (09) 307 4949 ext 25770.
2 Park Road
2 Park Road
Private Bag 92 024
Auckland Mail Centre
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This page was last updated at 12:04PM on September 21, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by Auckland DHB Neurosurgery.