Dr Rami Haddad
Dr Haddad is a neurologist and a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of physicians.
Dr Haddad is a staff specialist in neurology and the director of stroke service at Orange Health Service. He is a clinical lecturer in the School of Rural Health, the Faculty of Medicine and Health, the University of Sydney
Dr Haddad attained his medical degree in 2003.He received his basic physician training at John Hunter Hospital and his neurology training at Royal North Shore Hospital and Monash Medical Centre. He underwent a subspecialty training in Stroke at Gosford Hospital in 2012. Dr Haddad gained international experience in treating various neurological diseases and multiple sclerosis in Sweden where he practiced as a neurologist for several years.
He treats general neurological conditions including epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson disease, headache, stroke, neuromuscular disorders, peripheral neuropathies, and myopathies.
Dr Haddad prides himself in practicing Patient Centre Care where the patients get excellent understanding of their medical conditions and participate in decision making.