We treat and care for people with symptoms and illnesses of the mind and brain.

We provide one stop diagnostics and short-term care to patients with complex neuropsychiatric, neurocognitive, neurodegenerative and neurological disorders who cannot easily access such services.

For over 50 years, the Neuropsychiatry Centre at The Royal Melbourne Hospital has been providing dependable access for people living with complex mental health issues, neuropsychiatric, neurocognitive, neurodegenerative and neurolological conditions.

The Service has touched the lives of thousands, providing specialist diagnostic care and treatment for those who would have otherwise fallen through the gaps in our health care system.

The Neuropsychiatry Centre is recognised as a premier specialist service both nationally and internationally, providing outstanding clinical care and treatment, and working to improve the outcomes for all through a comprehensive research program, and the training of our future workforce.

Welcome to Neuropsychiatry at The Royal Melbourne Hospital

Our partners

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Meet the team

Our multidisciplinary team has over 100 years combined knowledge and experience in the assessment, diagnostic and follow up management and care of patients.

Clinical care

We are a specialist statewide, multidisciplinary mental health service based at The Royal Melbourne Hospital in Parkville.


Through our long-standing affiliation with the Melbourne Neuropsychiatry Centre, we are internationally recognised for conducting leading and collaborative research endeavours into the diagnosis and treatment of neuropsychiatric, neurocognitive, neurodegenerative and neurological disorders.


We are an internationally reputable and popular training destination for Psychiatry Trainees, Medical Students, Nursing Students, and Allied Health Students as well as Self-funded Clinical Fellows and Clinical Observers.

Community engagement

Patients, families, carers and supporters are at the forefront of our clinical service and research design, development and evaluation.