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Drug Anaesthetic Allergy Clinic - Royal North Shore Hospital

Ambulatory Care Centre (outpatient clinics)
Level 3 (main entry level)
Acute Services Building (main building)
Royal North Shore Hospital
Reserve Road

St Leonards

2065

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Drug Anaesthetic Allergy Clinic - Royal North Shore Hospital

Contact us

 

Referrals phone: 9926 4108
NSLHD-immunology-allergy @health.nsw.gov.au
(Drug Allergy)
 NSLHD-AnaesAllergy@health.nsw.gov.au
(Anaesthetic Allergy only)
Fax: 9463 1058

Opening hours

 

Wednesday 9am - 12pm

 What we do

We provide treatment for:
●    Drug Allergy, including antibiotic allergy, radiocontrast media allergy and anaesthetic allergy.
●    Penicillin allergy delabelling.

 What to bring

●    Please ensure that you have done blood tests requested by the clinic if you have been asked to do so.
●    Other relevant test results (blood tests, imaging) 
●    List of current medications and allergies
●    Your referral letter from your GP/Specialist if you have a copy.

 When to visit us

Your GP or non-GP specialist is always your first step in seeking treatment for any condition. You will be referred to our service if your treating doctor feels that your treatment requires the input of our clinic. Once we receive the referral it will be reviewed by a doctor and you will be notified of the outcome and next steps. Please allow at least 4 weeks for this process to be undertaken. We see patients either face to face or via telehealth - your specialist will let you know what the best option is for you.   

 

Please note that phone calls from the hospital will appear as a blocked number.   

 

If you have a scheduled appointment you will receive a reminder text message.   

 

Please allow a full morning or afternoon for your appointment. Some patients require a longer review and delays can occur. 

 How to visit us

Exit off Pacific Highway and the M1 will take you to the hospital on Reserve Road in St Leonards

Bus Route 114 stops directly at the hospital

The hospital is close to St Leonards train station

The hospital is a 5 minute walk from St Leonards Station

Street and multi storey car parking are available on the Royal North Shore hospital campus. Fees apply, so please check signage. Concession parking rates are available for patients and carers. Click here for more details.

The Drug and Anaesthetic Allergy Clinic is located at Check in D. 

 

When you enter the hospital walk past the yellow lifts. The Ambulatory Care Centre will be on your right hand side between the orange and green lifts. Check in D can be found by turning left after you pass the enquiries desk. 

 Referral information

 Other information

Your Team

 

Dr Jamma Li (Drug Allergy and Anaesthetic Allergy)
Dr Suran Fernando (Anaesthetic Allergy)
Dr Sarah Green, Dr Ben Krupowicz, Dr Marc Capon, Dr Andy Lindberg, Dr Anisha Kulkarni (Anaesthetic Allergy)

 Related links

https://www.allergy.org.au/patients