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Medical Day Procedure Unit - Royal North Shore Hospital

Level 3

Acute Services Building

Royal North Shore Hospital

Reserve Road

St Leonards


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Medical Day Procedure Unit - Royal North Shore Hospital

Contact us

General enquiries: (02) 9463 1395

Referrals phone: (02) 9463 1395

Fax number: (02) 99267 1111


Opening hours

Monday - Friday: 08:00-16:30

 What we do

We provide transfusions and infusions for various medical conditions.


We care for and treat people with:

  • Multiple Scleorisis (MS)
  • Rheumatoid arthritis (RA)
  • Irrital bowel syndrome (IBS)
  • Crohn's disease
  • Psoriasis
  • Renal transplant
  • Chronic liver disease
  • Chronic asthma
  • Hypogammaglobulinemia
  • Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP)
  • Myasthenia gravis (MG)

 What to bring

  • Referral from your treating physician at RNSH
  • Medication chart
  • Consent form for all blood products
  • Pharmacy script if required
  • List of current medications
  • GP health summary

 When to visit us

 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 Medical Day Procedure Unit is Check in B

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 B is located on the right, past the enquiries desk.

 Referral information

The unit accepts referrals from medical practitioners within the Royal North Shore Hospital.
GP referrals are not accepted.

 Other information

Can transport be organised for people to attend?

Transport can be arranged in the patient is unable to mobilise.

Is there a cost to patients to attend the clinic?



  • If you need to cancel your appointment, please call the clinic number listed above as soon as possible to update your appointment.
  • Royal North Shore does not have transport options, but if you have mobility limitations, we encourage you to discuss transport options with your GP or treating team.
  • Infusion treatments are covered under Medicare; discuss with your treating physician regarding any medication copayment.
  • You can bring a carer with you if required.
  • Bring a book to read or a laptop/iPad for entertainment.
  • If you have any dietary requirements, we recommend you bring some snacks or food with you if you are receiving a long infusion.