Dr Rodney Allan

BSc(Med) MB BS (Hons), FRACS

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Dr Rodney Allan

BSc(Med) MB BS (Hons), FRACS

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Background

Dr Rodney Allan is an Australian born and educated neurosurgeon with additional advanced fellowship training in endovascular and cerebrovascular surgery.

He is a consultant neurosurgeon at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney. Dr Allan has hospital appointments at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse  and North Shore Private.

He grew up in Sydney Australia, and completed his secondary education at James Ruse Agricultural High School.

His undergraduate education was at the University of New South Wales, with electives in Neurosurgery at the Southern General Hospital in Glasgow and Trauma Surgery at Baragwanath Hospital in Soweto. Dr Allan obtained his medical degree in 1994 and then completed his basic surgical training at Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney, with exposure to a broad range of medical and surgical specialties.

Neurosurgical training followed, with time spent in Auckland, Sydney and Newcastle. Two of these years were spent at the prestigious Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, where he has now returned as a consultant Neurosurgeon.

In 2004, Dr Allan was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) in Neurosurgery.

Charles Drake Fellowship

Dr Allan then spent two years living in London, Ontario, Canada to complete the Charles Drake Clinical Fellowship in Cerebrovascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapy.

Background

Dr Rodney Allan is an Australian born and educated neurosurgeon with additional advanced fellowship training in endovascular and cerebrovascular surgery.

He is a consultant neurosurgeon at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney. Dr Allan has hospital appointments at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse  and North Shore Private.

He grew up in Sydney Australia, and completed his secondary education at James Ruse Agricultural High School.

His undergraduate education was at the University of New South Wales, with electives in Neurosurgery at the Southern General Hospital in Glasgow and Trauma Surgery at Baragwanath Hospital in Soweto. Dr Allan obtained his medical degree in 1994 and then completed his basic surgical training at Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney, with exposure to a broad range of medical and surgical specialties.

Neurosurgical training followed, with time spent in Auckland, Sydney and Newcastle. Two of these years were spent at the prestigious Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, where he has now returned as a consultant Neurosurgeon.

In 2004, Dr Allan was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) in Neurosurgery.

Charles Drake Fellowship

Dr Allan then spent two years living in London, Ontario, Canada to complete the Charles Drake Clinical Fellowship in Cerebrovascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapy.