Neurology

The neurology department is one of the smaller teams at the Trust and is made up of three consultants and two clinical nurse specialists in Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s.

The department has two main arms to its work:

  • Providing an outpatient service for neurological patients
  • Providing acute neurological consultations for inpatients being admitted to hospital through the emergency department – by diagnosing impaired function of the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves and muscles

The Trust does not have inpatient facilities for patients with neurological conditions at present. Patients who are diagnosed with severe and complex neurological conditions in outpatients or in hospital are transferred to the Queen Elizabeth Neurosciences Centre in Birmingham.

Clinic times

Russells Hall Hospital

  • Morning – Morning
  • Wednesday – Morning
  • Thursday – Afternoon

Guest Hospital Outpatient Centre

  • Monday – Afternoon
  • Tuesday – Morning
  • Wednesday – Morning
  • Thursday – Morning and afternoon

Key staff

Useful information

This service is available at:
  • Russells Hall Hospital
  • Guest Hospital Outpatient Centre
Where to find us
  • Ground floor, west wing, Russells Hall Hospital
  • Reception, Guest Hospital Outpatient Centre

Service details

Clinical directorate
  • Ambulatory Medicine
Management team
  • Dr Jeff Neilson
    Clinical director
  • Dr Roland Etti
    Medical service head