Dr Omar Ahmad MB BS (Hon), BMedSci, FRACP
Dr Omar Ahmad graduated in Medicine from the University of Tasmania in 2000 and completed his training in Neurology in 2009. He completed a Stroke Fellow in 2006 and was Chief Medical Registrar 2009 at the Canberra Hospital. He has gained further clinical and research experience at the Southern General and Western General Hospitals in Scotland.
His main interests are in cerebrovascular diseases and movement disorders. He is also highly accomplished in electroencephalography (EEG) performs this service for the SAN and Hornsby campuses. He is also registered to perform botulinum toxin administration for various disorders including migraine, dystonia, hyperhidrosis and spasticity.
Dr Ahmad is a Consultant Neurologist at the Sydney Adventist Hospital and is the current head of Neurology at Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital. He is also a Neurologist in the General Medicine department at Royal North Shore Hospital. He is actively involved in teaching of medical students at the Sydney Adventist Hospital Clinical School (SAHCS) of The University of Sydney.