Clinics at Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick

Please help keep our patients safe.

In response to coronavirus (COVID-19) we request that:

  • patients are visited by one person at a time
  • only parents, carers or guardians visit patients
  • siblings should not visit the hospital for the time being
  • only one parent/carer should accompany a child to an Outpatient appointment. Please do not bring other children into the hospital. 
  • social distancing rules are in place and must be observed.

A screening process is now in place to make sure no one enters our hospitals who may have an illness that could be passed on to our patients, families or staff.

Everyone coming into the hospital will have their temperature taken and be asked the following questions:

  • Are you a staff member, patient, family member or visitor?
  • Are you experiencing any cold-like symptoms?

We appreciate your patience and understanding.

Information for paediatricians, general practitioners and other health professionals for referring patients to our outpatient services.

The referring process varies depending on each clinc.

When making an appointment we'll need the patient's full name, address, date of birth and the medical record number if the child has been to the hospital before.

The clinic visit time is a guide for when they will be seen. Depending on the clinic, the patient may be at the hospital for several hours.

Patients need to bring:

  • Clinic Visit card with the medical record number on it if they have one
  • Medicare card
  • Child's health care record book (the 'blue book')
  • New or current referral to the doctor they are to see if it is the first time.

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