Outpatient Clinics



COVID-19: Changes to St George Paediatrics

23rd March 2020

Outpatient Clinics

All clinics will be closed from 28th March 2020 until further notice.  
Telehealth will be offered for all existing patient appointments.

For more information on accessing telehealth, please click here 

New referrals will be triaged weekly as usual, but there may be a delay before you are offered an appointment.

Existing patients who need a new appointment or a script should email us by clicking here.  Please include the reason for the appointment (need a review, script, new issue etc).

If you believe we have misunderstood the complexity or urgency of your child’s appointment please contact us by email on SESLHD-STGPAEDIATRICS@health.nsw.gov.au


New rules limit visitors to one parent only.  

The following people must not visit Children’s Ward, Special Care Nursery or Post-Natal Ward:

  • Children under 18 years old (including siblings)
  • Grandparents and elderly relatives
  • People in quarantine, home isolation, unwell with any illness or who have had contact with people infected with COVID-19

Elective Surgery and MRI under General Anaesthetic

  • It is likely that the elective surgery list and MRIs will be disrupted.  
  • You will be notified of any delays as soon as possible.  Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.


For more information about COVID-19 and children click here.



Subspecialty Paediatric clinics

In addition, we have specialist paediatric clinics for endocrinology, allergy/immunology, gastroenterology, neurology and genetics.  Being a scarce resource, all referrals to these clinics need to first be managed by a general paediatrician. The waiting period for new referrals to these clinics are usually greater than 6 months.  Alternatively, paediatric subspecialist clinics are also available through the SCHN tertiary hospitals network.

Clinic Visit Preparation Online

Prior to the hospital clinic appointment, we are inviting families to send us information on what concerns they would like us to address with them during the clinic appointment.