About Dr Harding and the Team
Dr Marguerite Harding is a South Australian Neurosurgeon with special interests in brain tumours and spinal disease, providing expertise in Neurosurgical and Spinal management and treatment. Dr Harding graduated from the University of Cape Town and commenced her advanced Neurosurgical training with mentors at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Marguerite received her fellowship from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in the Speciality of Neurosurgery in 2009. She was awarded a Graduate Diploma in Surgical Education from the University of Melbourne in 2015, and has completed her Masters of Surgical Education. She currently teaches at the Flinders Medical Centre and is a Clinical Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Adelaide.
Marguerite has undertaken research in collaboration with the Monash University Anatomy Department and is currently involved in research projects at Flinders Medical Centre. Marguerite’s commitment is to providing complete care, compassion and education to her patients.
Meet the Team
Tania has twenty years of experience working within the private hospital sector, general practices and specialist practices. She commenced working with Dr Marguerite Harding from the inception of the Adelaide Neurosurgery. She has a strong work ethic, extensive knowledge, and experience that aids in serving the patient community and steering the administrative duties of the practice.
Tania provides a high level of support, service and professional empathy for our patients.
Amy is currently in her third year of studying a Bachelor of Clinical Sciences/Doctor of Medicine at Flinders University. She moved from country Balaklava to Adelaide in 2018 to study. Amy is very passionate about health, exercise and sport, in particular netball. She enjoys music, the beach, cooking and spending time with family and friends.
Amy is here to help with any queries and needs you may have during your journey with Adelaide Neurosurgery Centre.
Naomi is a second-year medical student at Flinders University. She is passionate about fundraising and has many interests in Rural Medicine, Neurology and Paediatrics. Having worked as a medical receptionist at a rural GP clinic in South Australia, she has gained insight into many aspects of rural healthcare. Naomi welcomed the opportunity in 2019 to join Adelaide Neurosurgery Centre in her role as receptionist.
Naomi’s warm and professional service is evident in her care and attention to patient’s attending the practice.