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Contact details

Telephone: 01604 545724

Appointment line: 01604 544157


Opening times: 08.30-16.30 Monday-Thursday & 08.30-15.00 on Friday

How to find us

The Neurophysiology department is situated in Area J and the entrance is situated in the bottom of Car Park 3.

Car Park 3 is the closest to the department, with some disabled parking bays and a drop-off point. Car Park 1 near the South Entrance is the largest car park at the hospital. Parking onsite at the hospital is pay and display.

Click here for the hospital map

Our Service

The Neurophysiology department performs a range of diagnostic tests on the brain and nervous system. This may be as an inpatient or outpatient referral. Both adult and paediatric referrals are accepted.  Patients are referred by their hospital consultant from local and surrounding hospitals. GPs may refer for carpal tunnel syndrome only.

Tests performed are:

  • Peripheral Neurolphysiology - EMG and NCS and CTS screening.

  • EEG services including ambulatory monitoring.

  • Portable EEG service for NGH site to assist with patients unsuitable for transfer to the department.

  • Evoked potentials of the visual and sensory system.


What should I bring to my appointment?

 Please bring a note of current medication.  If you are coming to the department for an EEG, please make sure your hair is clean and free from head lice.

How much time should I allow before my appointment?

 Please arrive 5 minutes before your appointment in order to report to reception.

Useful patient information 

About the team

We have one Consultant Neurophysiologists, who is supported by three Clinical Physiologists, two assistant technical officers and three admin staff. Our staff are experienced with working with patients of all ages, from birth to elderly, and across a wide range of abilities.

Our department manager is Tracey Blackwell

Dr Nithi - Monday AM, Thursday AM


Useful links

Fracture clinic

Trauma & Orthopaedics



Information about carpal tunnel 

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