Dr Jon Reimers


Dr Jon Reimers is a neurologist currently subspecialising in stroke neurology and has Australian and New Zealand Association of Neurologists (ANZAN) accreditation for neurophysiology testing.

After completing his neurology training, Dr Reimers moved with his young family to Townsville in north Queensland. There, he worked as a consultant neurologist to the Townsville Hospital and the Mater Hospital, as well as undertaking outreach neurology clinics to the Mackay Base Hospital. He was also involved in undergraduate teaching of medical students from the University of Queensland and later, the James Cook University Medical School as well as registrars from the Townsville Hospital.

In early 2012, Dr Reimers moved to Christchurch, New Zealand to work as a Senior Neurologist and Neurophysiologist in the Neurology Department at the Christchurch Hospital. He was involved in the training and supervision for the Australian and New Zealand Association of Neurologists (ANZAN) of advanced neurology trainees both in general neurology and neurophysiology. Dr Reimers also undertook undergraduate teaching of students from the University of Otago Medical School.

Recently, Dr Reimers moved back to Brisbane to be closer to family. He now works as a Senior Medical Officer in acute stroke management and general neurology a the Princess Alexandra Hospital and will be conducting his private clinic at Briz Brain and Spine.

As Dr Reimers works between a number of locations, please call 07 3608 5372 or email neurology@brizbrain.com.au to make an appointment.

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During this current outbreak of Covid-19 coronavirus we want to assure all of our patients that we will continue to implement procedures to maintain a hygienic clinical environment. This includes:

-          Disinfecting and wiping down all treatment surfaces

-          Regular cleaning of rooms and shared equipment

-          Thorough cleaning of all communal items including reception chairs, tables, door handles, pens and other shared items

-          All staff have access to infection control procedures and training to implement these as necessary

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Briz Brain & Spine wishes to apologise for the inconvenience caused and thanks you for your cooperation and understanding during this unprecedented situation.