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Dr Jennifer Pereira
Address
2 Park Road
Grafton, Auckland 1023
New Zealand
Office Phone Number
09 367 0000
Biography

Private Services:

AUCKLAND MEDICAL SPECIALISTS NEUROLOGY SERVICES

Auckland Medical Specialists

  • PHONE (09) 638 9945

Dr. Neil Anderson
Address
2 Park Road
Grafton, Auckland 1023
Office Phone Number
(09) 367 0000 Public Services
Biography

AUCKLAND MEDICAL SPECIALISTS NEUROLOGY SERVICES

Private Services Phone: (09) 638 9945  referrals@aucklandmed.co.nz

Offers both public and private services

Dr. Rob Aspoas
Address
90 Green Ln East
Remuera, Auckland 1051
New Zealand
Office Phone Number
09 520 9672
Biography

Dr. Robert Aspoas completed his undergraduate training at the University of Witwatersrand. He then undertook specialist training at the University of Cape Town, working at Groote Schuur and the Red Cross Children's Hospitals. Further higher surgical training in neurosurgery was done at Newcastle General Hospital, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

He then worked as a consultant in the east end of London as well as in the Essex Spinal Centre and ran the Nuffield Hospital Spinal Assessment Clinic.rt Aspoas is a Neurosurgeon providing Neurosurgery services in Remuera, Auckland, New Zealand

Mr Andrew Hunn BMSci, MBBS, FRACS
Address
Montagu House, Calvary Hospital Campus, 49 Augusta Road Lenah Valley
Hobart, Tasmania 7008
New Zealand
Office Phone Number
(03) 6228 6966
Biography

Mr. Andrew Hunn has extensive experience in cranial neurosurgery in adults and children. He has particular interest and expertise in managing tumors of the pituitary gland, acoustic neuroma surgery, surgery of the pineal region, Chiari malformation treatment, and complex vascular surgery.

He also has extensive experience in the management of peripheral nerve and brachial plexus lesions.

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