Dr Rodney Allan | Chris O'Brien Lifehouse
Dr Rodney AllanNeurosurgeon and Endovascular Surgeon

Dr Rodney Allan


Phone: 1300 255 261
Fax: (02) 9383 1450
Email: surgery@neurosurgeon.com.au
Website: www.neurosurgeon.com.au


Neurosurgeon and Endovascular surgeon

Special Interests / Areas of Research

  • Emoblisation for brain tumours as primary treatment
  • Cerebrovascular disease
  • Revascularisation for complex skull base tumours

Dr Rodney Allan is an Australian born and educated neurosurgeon with additional advanced Fellowship training in endovascular and cerebrovascular surgery. He has a broad range of interests, including surgery for pituitary tumours, brain tumours (malignant and benign) and reconstructive spinal surgery for cancer (and degenerative disease).

Phone: 1300 255 261

Fax: (02) 9383 1450

Email: surgery@neurosurgeon.com.au

Website: www.neurosurgeon.com.au

Practice Address:

  • Chris O’Brien Lifehouse
    Level 2, Clinic D
    Missenden Road Camperdown NSW 2050
  • Central West Neurology and Neurosurgery
    93 Byng Street
    Orange NSW 2800

Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
Level 5  Gloucester House
Camperdown 2050

  • Board of Surgical Education and Training
  • Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
  • RACS Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
  • NSA Neurosurgical society of Australiasia
  • SNIS Society of neurosinterventional surgery

Q&A with Dr Rodney Allan

What is your title?
Dr Rodney Allan, Neurosurgeon and Endovascular Neurosurgeon

What training have you completed?
I completed medical school in 1995 at University of New South Wales. Neurosurgery training followed with rotations in Auckland, Royal Prince Alfred, and Westmead. Additional specialised training followed in Canada.

My first job was … taxi driving!

To explain to people what I do I say … I operate on people’s brains to fix problems.

What is the hardest part about your job?
Telling patients or their families bad news.

What do you enjoy most about your job?
Helping people to live longer and better.

How long have you been working at Lifehouse?
Since it opened.

What attracted you to working at Lifehouse?
The possibility to be part of something special that will help patients from far and wide.

What does Lifehouse offer patients that is so unique?
A collaborative environment where doctors, nurses and other health professionals can work together to help patients.

My biggest achievement so far … my three precious children.

To unwind at the end of the day I … play with my Samoyed, George.

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