Clinic Location
Shop 9, Italian Forum,
23 Norton St Leichhardt 2040
Tel: 02 9054 4747
Fax: 02 8088 7749
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Clinic Location
21 Artegall St,
Bankstown NSW 2200.
Tel: 02 9054 4747
Fax: 02 8088 7749
See Map
To make an appointment please call    02 9054 4747 or email admin@drdanielrahme.com.au alternatively you can use our form.
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Monday – Friday8.30 – 17.00

About Dr Rahme & What We Do

Dr Daniel Rahme MB.BS. BSc (Med) FRACS (Orth) FAOA is an Orthopaedic Surgeon with a subspecialty interest in hip and knee surgery. Dr Rahme graduated from the University of New South Wales in 1996 and then completed Orthopaedic training on the Sydney Training Program, gaining admission to the Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 2007.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are your business hours?

Our offices are open 8.30am– 5pm, Monday through Friday (except holidays). Appointments can be offered across all locations by calling 02 9747 1350.

What should I bring to my appointment?

  • Medicare card
  • Private Health fund card (if any)
  • Operation records, medical records, x-rays, MRIs, CT scans etc from prior doctor visits
  • Progress letter from physical therapist (if applicable)
  • Age Pension card (if any)
  • List of current medications

Where does Dr Rahme operate?

  • Bankstown Public Hospital
  • Strathfield Private Hospital (Strathfield)
  • Waratah Private Hospital (Hurstville)
  • St George Private Hospital (Kogarah)

What if I need an operation?

If it has been determined by Dr Rahme that you require surgery, you will be given an admission form to your choice of hospital at the time of your consultation. Dr Rahme and his administration staff will guide you in the correct way to fill out the forms to be admitted on the public waiting list, or be booked in for a private operation.

Who makes up the Operating (Surgical) Team?

A number of highly trained staff make up the team involved in your operation. This includes Dr Rahme, the surgeon, Dr Michael the anaesthetist as well as a group of skilled nursing and assistant staff.

What does the Anaesthetist do?

The anaesthetist is a doctor trained in the specialty of anaesthesia.
The Anaesthetist:
• administers drugs to temporarily render you unconscious or sedate you to ensure you remain relaxed, comfortable and pain free for the surgeon to perform his task.
• remains with you throughout your operation monitoring your breathing and vital organs to ensure you remain suitably sedated and successfully recover from the anaesthesia.
• uses a combination of drugs and techniques to minimise your pain after surgery

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