Allergy and immunology, Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick

Contact

Allergy outpatients: (02) 9382 1515 

Immunology outpatients: (02) 9382 1515

Email: SCHN-SCHAllergyclinic@health.nsw.gov.au

Food challenge enquires: Please contact food challenge admin on (02) 9382 0593 Wednesday-Friday, or email the clinic at SCHN-SCHFoodchallengeclinic@health.nsw.gov.au

Urgent cases: Please contact the switchboard on (02) 9382 1111 and page the Allergy CNC on pager 47207 or the Immunology Fellow on pager 46573

About our service

The Immunology and Allergy service provides a comprehensive service for the assessment, investigation, and management of autoimmune disease, immunodeficiency and allergic disorders.

Allergy and immunology services include:

  • Food challenge clinics
  • Immunology clinics 
  • Infectious disease clinics (including the Paediatric HIV Service, congenital infections and immunisation services)
  • Assessments include skin testing for allergy, clinical challenges, and laboratory investigation

Clinic locations:

  • Outpatients: Level 0, High Street, Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick
  • Adolescent Outpatients: Level 7, Bright Alliance, Avoca Street, Randwick
  • Food Challenge Ward: C1N, Medical Day Unit, Level 1, Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick

Referral process for clinicians

Our department is using Consultmed to manage referrals. The Consultmed platform allows health professionals to send e-referrals to us securely.   

Consultmed questions and technical support: helpdesk@consultmed.co

Referral and appointment process for parents and carers

Request a referral

To make an appointment at our clinic, you will need a referral from your GP, paediatrician or specialist. 

They will assess your child, discuss your concerns, and make a referral to the appropriate service.  

Track your referral

Our department uses Consultmed to manage referrals. Your referring clinician sends the e-referral to us using the secure Consultmed platform.  

Once we receive the referral, we will send you an email with your tracking information. We will update you as we process the referral and book your appointment. 

To receive these updates, please ask your referring clinician to include your email on the referral.  

If your clinician has questions about Consultmed or require technical support, they can contact helpdesk@consultmed.co.  

Need support?

If you need help or have questions about the referral and appointment process, please contact us.  

SCHN-SCHAllergyclinic@health.nsw.gov.au

Food and drug challenge information

If you child is having a food or drug challenge, this handbook contains information on what to bring on the day, recipes and FAQs.

Our research

Our department conducts laboratory and clinical research in childhood immune disorders, such as allergies, primary immune deficiencies and autoimmune diseases.

Last updated Monday 20th May 2024

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