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  • COVID-19 resources for people living with neurological conditions

    Our neurological treatment clinics remain open. See a list of resources from local Australian and overseas organisations, about COVID-19 and its effects on neurological conditions.

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    Perron Institute for Neurological and Translational Science is Western Australia’s longest established medical research institute. We undertake cutting edge research on a broad spectrum of conditions including stroke, Parkinson’s, motor neurone disease, muscular dystrophy, myositis and multiple sclerosis.

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PERRON CLINICS COVID-19 ARRANGEMENTS FOR PATIENTS AND PARKING

The Clinics at the Perron Institute are continuing to run during this time of social distancing. For patients who prefer not to visit the clinic in person, arrangements can be made with your Clinician for a virtual consultation.
To further minimise social interaction, arrangements have been made to provide free parking for Clinic Patients at the front of the Perron Institute building on Verdun Street.
  • There will be 3 car bays, marked as Reserved for Perron Institute Clinic Patients.
  • This will be for a period of 3 months.
  • Please park your car and then see the Clinic Team at Reception, who will confirm your appointment and provide a special pass.

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Perron Institute’s clinics provide diagnosis, management and treatments for patients with complex and usually long term, neurological and neuromuscular conditions.

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The Perron Institute, is a medical research institute researching neurological disorders. It brings together a dedicated group of researchers and clinicians, many pre-eminent in their fields.

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