About Dr Jacqueline McMaster
Dr Jacqueline McMaster is an Australian born and educated neurosurgeon. She completed a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Sydney and went on to receive her postgraduate medical degree from the University of Newcastle in 1998. Dr McMaster completed her neurosurgical training at Westmead and Royal Prince Alfred Hospitals in Sydney and was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) in Neurosurgery in 2008.
Dr McMaster has advanced fellowship training in stereotactic and functional neurosurgery, obtained from the University of British Columbia in Canada. Following the completion of her Fellowship in Canada, Dr McMaster returned to Australia to take up a position as a consultant neurosurgeon at Westmead Hospital. She offers treatment in a wide variety of neurosurgical disorders, both cranial and spinal with a special interest in movement disorders.
Dr Jacqueline McMaster is a Westmead Neurosurgeon. As a group they employ a multi-disciplinary approach to their patients, working closely with neuro-Pathologists, Neuro-Oncologists, Neuro-Radiation Oncologists, Neuro-Radiologist and ENT surgeons. The equipment available to them is world class; surgical microscopes, advanced image-guided brain and spine navigational tools, interventional neuroradiology services and state-of-the-art monitoring techniques are utilised. This equipment enables them to provide the highest level of patient care - prior to surgery, intraoperatively and post operatively, ultimately improving patient outcomes.
Dr McMaster consults at a number of locations –
- Westmead Private Hospital
- The SAN Clinic
- Westmead Public Hospital
- Norwest Private Hospital
BMed BSc, FRACS;
Member of the Neurosurgical Society of Australasia, World Society of Stereotachic & Functional Neurosurgery, Fellowship trained, Vancouver
Appointments for all sites are made through the rooms at Westmead Private Hospital.
A referral from your family doctor is required and should be faxed through in advance so that it can be assessed for urgency.