Dr Yemima Berman

Profession

Clinical Geneticist

Job Title Head, Department of Clinical Genetics
Organisation Name Royal North Shore Hospital, NSW
Areas of Special Interest

NF1 (Neurofibromatosis) (refer page 47)
Ehlers Danlos Syndrome of the vascular type

Adults or Children Adults and Children
Clinic Services Diagnostic
Genetic testing
Reproductive planning
Surveillance
Management of Neurological and skin complications
Clinic Contact details

Neurofibromatosis (NF) clinic
Royal North Shore Hospital
T: (02) 9463 1727
Genetics Clinic at Royal North Shore Hospital

Clinic days/times Weekly on a rotating basis on a Monday, Thursday, or Friday
Other clinic details

Available staff may include:
Clinical Geneticist
Neurologist
Genetic Counsellor
Dermatologist

Telehealth consults Available
Telehealth Information By request
Transitional Planning – Paediatric to adult services Available
Transitional Planning Information We offer surveillance for Paediatric and Adult NF1 patients. Complex Paediatric patients are referred to the Children's Hospital for management.
Phone (02) 9463 1727

Dr Yemima Berman

is prepared to be contacted by Medical Practitioners and other Health Professionals

GaRDN will provide medical practitioners and other health professionals contact details on request. Please email hello@gardn.org.au

Additional Clinical Information

Clinical Information
Neurofibromatosis Type 1 – resources for General Practitioners

Neurofibromatosis resources for paediatricians – The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne

Ehlers-Danlos syndrome type IV

Diagnosis, natural history, and management in vascular Ehlers–Danlos syndrome

Information for Patients
What is Neurofibromatosis – NF1

Neurofibromatosis – information for educators

Vascular Ehlers-Danlos syndrome

European Reference Networks (ERNs)

ERNs are networks for clinicians and researchers to share expertise, knowledge and resources, this information may be of use to Australian health professionals and researchers

For links to online portals that provide information on rare diseases including definitions, causes, treatments, and publications for patients, families and professionals in the field. Please see our conditions page.