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Community Assessment Unit (CAU)

Member for

6 years 11 months
Submitted by galina.belt on Thu, 13/07/2023 - 15:57

How we can help you

The Community Assessment Unit (CAU) cares for people in the community who have chronic and complex health conditions. Their GP can refer them for a short admission to the Unit and our health professionals will work together to understand their complex health needs and make appropriate plans to support their care.

We will help to arrange community health services so that they can have care while living back in the community in partnership with their GP and other health professionals. 

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Location Details
Contact us
Phone
02 9382 9200

Nurse Unit Manager

Brenton Ciani

How to find us:

Level 3 South, Acute Services Building, Prince of Wales Hospital (Building 30 on our campus map)

Information about how to get to our Randwick campus

Location Media
photo of Community Assessment Unit team members
Meta Description
CAU team includes doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, dietitians, occupational therapists, pharmacists, and a social worker
Service Type

The CAU team includes doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, dietitians, occupational therapists, speech pathologists, pharmacists, and a social worker. Our team will work with you and your family to understand and meet your health care needs.

We provide nursing care 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The rest of our team are available seven days a week from 8:30am to 5:00pm.

Our nurses work three different shifts - morning, afternoon, and night. Our medical and allied health team work from 8:30am to the afternoon. Our healthcare team meets together to discuss your care 7 days a week at 9:00am and 3:00pm.

Our nurses will take your blood pressure, temperature and heart rate, and complete other assessments while you are here. Each morning starting from 8:30am our doctors visit patients bedsides to discuss their care. Specialist doctors visit patients throughout the day. 

Meals are delivered from 7:30am, 12:30pm and 5:30pm. Please let the staff know if you have any specific allergies and dietary requirements.

You may need to come back for an outpatient clinic appointment after you have left the Hospital. We will provide you with the details of this appointment.

We are a teaching hospital, and you may be asked to be involved in research or for a student to be present while you are assessed. You have the right to say no. If you do so, this will not impact in any way on the services we will provide.

Please let us know if you need an interpreter while in the CAU. If you are dialing in from home, you can contact us by telephoning the Translation and Interpreting Service (TIS) National on 131 450. Tell the operator what language you speak and then ask the interpreter to set up a telephone conversation between you, an interpreter, and the healthcare professional you want to speak with.

Community Assessment Unit (CAU)

Member for

6 years 11 months
Submitted by galina.belt on Thu, 13/07/2023 - 15:57

How we can help you

The Community Assessment Unit (CAU) cares for people in the community who have chronic and complex health conditions. Their GP can refer them for a short admission to the Unit and our health professionals will work together to understand their complex health needs and make appropriate plans to support their care.

We will help to arrange community health services so that they can have care while living back in the community in partnership with their GP and other health professionals. 

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Location Details
Contact us
Phone
02 9382 9200

Nurse Unit Manager

Brenton Ciani

How to find us:

Level 3 South, Acute Services Building, Prince of Wales Hospital (Building 30 on our campus map)

Information about how to get to our Randwick campus

Location Media
photo of Community Assessment Unit team members
Meta Description
CAU team includes doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, dietitians, occupational therapists, pharmacists, and a social worker
Service Type

The CAU team includes doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, dietitians, occupational therapists, speech pathologists, pharmacists, and a social worker. Our team will work with you and your family to understand and meet your health care needs.

We provide nursing care 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The rest of our team are available seven days a week from 8:30am to 5:00pm.

Our nurses work three different shifts - morning, afternoon, and night. Our medical and allied health team work from 8:30am to the afternoon. Our healthcare team meets together to discuss your care 7 days a week at 9:00am and 3:00pm.

Our nurses will take your blood pressure, temperature and heart rate, and complete other assessments while you are here. Each morning starting from 8:30am our doctors visit patients bedsides to discuss their care. Specialist doctors visit patients throughout the day. 

Meals are delivered from 7:30am, 12:30pm and 5:30pm. Please let the staff know if you have any specific allergies and dietary requirements.

You may need to come back for an outpatient clinic appointment after you have left the Hospital. We will provide you with the details of this appointment.

We are a teaching hospital, and you may be asked to be involved in research or for a student to be present while you are assessed. You have the right to say no. If you do so, this will not impact in any way on the services we will provide.

Please let us know if you need an interpreter while in the CAU. If you are dialing in from home, you can contact us by telephoning the Translation and Interpreting Service (TIS) National on 131 450. Tell the operator what language you speak and then ask the interpreter to set up a telephone conversation between you, an interpreter, and the healthcare professional you want to speak with.

Respiratory and Infectious Diseases Ward

Member for

6 years 8 months
Submitted by Jacqueline.Ste… on Thu, 23/02/2023 - 13:51

How we can help you

Our ward cares for you if you have a problem with your lungs or breathing or if you have an infection. The infection might be bacterial, viral, or related to travel. 

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Location Details
Contact us
Phone
02 9382 9700

Manager

Kate Frampton

How to find us

Level 7 North, Acute Services Building, Prince of Wales Hospital (building 30 on our campus map)

Information about how to get to our Randwick campus

Location Media

-33.917888837638, 151.23685584562

Meta Description
Our ward cares for you if you have a problem with your lungs or breathing or if you have an infection. Our patients have a broad range of infections, they might have a skin, urine or chest infection, a long term virus or an infection after their
Service Type

We provide nursing care to patients 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A doctor is always available. Other members of the team such as Social Work, Physiotherapists, Dieticians, Psychologists etc are available from 8.30am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.

Nursing shift change-over will happen at 7:00 am or 7:00 pm. Nurses will take your blood pressure and other assessments every day at 9.00 am, 3.00 pm, 9.00 pm and 3.00 am. Some patients may need this done more often depending on your condition.

Doctor’s bedside-round times will vary depending on who your treating doctor is. Please speak to one of our staff members if you would like to find out what time you can expect to see your medical team.

Every morning at 9:00 am, our team will meet to discuss your care and identify any ways we can help to get you well and home as safely as possible.

Meals are delivered from 07:30 am, 12:30 pm, 5:30 pm please let staff know if you have specific allergies or dietary requirements.

We are a teaching hospital and you may be asked to be involved in research or for a student to be present at your appointment. You have a right to say no. If you do so, this will not impact in any way on the services we will provide.

Please let us know if you need an interpreter on the ward. If you are dialing in from home, you can contact us telephoning the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) National on 131 450. Tell the operator what language you speak and then ask the interpreter to set up a telephone conversation between you, an interpreter, and the healthcare professional you want to speak with.

Respiratory and Infectious Diseases Ward

Member for

6 years 8 months
Submitted by Jacqueline.Ste… on Thu, 23/02/2023 - 13:51

How we can help you

Our ward cares for you if you have a problem with your lungs or breathing or if you have an infection. The infection might be bacterial, viral, or related to travel. 

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Location Details
Contact us
Phone
02 9382 9700

Manager

Kate Frampton

How to find us

Level 7 North, Acute Services Building, Prince of Wales Hospital (building 30 on our campus map)

Information about how to get to our Randwick campus

Location Media

-33.917888837638, 151.23685584562

Meta Description
Our ward cares for you if you have a problem with your lungs or breathing or if you have an infection. Our patients have a broad range of infections, they might have a skin, urine or chest infection, a long term virus or an infection after their
Service Type

We provide nursing care to patients 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A doctor is always available. Other members of the team such as Social Work, Physiotherapists, Dieticians, Psychologists etc are available from 8.30am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.

Nursing shift change-over will happen at 7:00 am or 7:00 pm. Nurses will take your blood pressure and other assessments every day at 9.00 am, 3.00 pm, 9.00 pm and 3.00 am. Some patients may need this done more often depending on your condition.

Doctor’s bedside-round times will vary depending on who your treating doctor is. Please speak to one of our staff members if you would like to find out what time you can expect to see your medical team.

Every morning at 9:00 am, our team will meet to discuss your care and identify any ways we can help to get you well and home as safely as possible.

Meals are delivered from 07:30 am, 12:30 pm, 5:30 pm please let staff know if you have specific allergies or dietary requirements.

We are a teaching hospital and you may be asked to be involved in research or for a student to be present at your appointment. You have a right to say no. If you do so, this will not impact in any way on the services we will provide.

Please let us know if you need an interpreter on the ward. If you are dialing in from home, you can contact us telephoning the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) National on 131 450. Tell the operator what language you speak and then ask the interpreter to set up a telephone conversation between you, an interpreter, and the healthcare professional you want to speak with.

Respiratory and Infectious Diseases Ward

Member for

6 years 8 months
Submitted by Jacqueline.Ste… on Thu, 23/02/2023 - 13:51

How we can help you

Our ward cares for you if you have a problem with your lungs or breathing or if you have an infection. The infection might be bacterial, viral, or related to travel. 

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Location Details
Contact us
Phone
02 9382 9700

Manager

Kate Frampton

How to find us

Level 7 North, Acute Services Building, Prince of Wales Hospital (building 30 on our campus map)

Information about how to get to our Randwick campus

Location Media

-33.917888837638, 151.23685584562

Meta Description
Our ward cares for you if you have a problem with your lungs or breathing or if you have an infection. Our patients have a broad range of infections, they might have a skin, urine or chest infection, a long term virus or an infection after their
Service Type

We provide nursing care to patients 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A doctor is always available. Other members of the team such as Social Work, Physiotherapists, Dieticians, Psychologists etc are available from 8.30am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.

Nursing shift change-over will happen at 7:00 am or 7:00 pm. Nurses will take your blood pressure and other assessments every day at 9.00 am, 3.00 pm, 9.00 pm and 3.00 am. Some patients may need this done more often depending on your condition.

Doctor’s bedside-round times will vary depending on who your treating doctor is. Please speak to one of our staff members if you would like to find out what time you can expect to see your medical team.

Every morning at 9:00 am, our team will meet to discuss your care and identify any ways we can help to get you well and home as safely as possible.

Meals are delivered from 07:30 am, 12:30 pm, 5:30 pm please let staff know if you have specific allergies or dietary requirements.

We are a teaching hospital and you may be asked to be involved in research or for a student to be present at your appointment. You have a right to say no. If you do so, this will not impact in any way on the services we will provide.

Please let us know if you need an interpreter on the ward. If you are dialing in from home, you can contact us telephoning the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) National on 131 450. Tell the operator what language you speak and then ask the interpreter to set up a telephone conversation between you, an interpreter, and the healthcare professional you want to speak with.

Palliative Community Supportive Care Clinic

Member for

6 years 8 months
Submitted by Jacqueline.Ste… on Mon, 19/12/2022 - 10:21

How we can help you

Our clinic can help you if you are living in the community with a life-limiting or terminal illness. The clinic aims to help you and your family to ensure you are as comfortable as possible and have the best quality of life you can.

We can help with:

  • managing your pain or symptoms
  • your nutrition
  • swallowing and communication
  • mobility
  • referrals to counsellors or spiritual/pastoral care.

Please speak to your specialist or GP to get a referral to our service.

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Location Details
Contact us
Phone
02 9382 0400

Manager

Dr Rebecca Strutt (Palliative care specialist)

Opening hours

Tuesdays 8.00 am - 2.00 pm 

Learn about our electronic referral system

How to find us

Professorial Suite, Level 2, High Street Building, Prince of Wales Hospital (see our campus map).

Information about how to get to our Randwick campus

Location Media
Meta Description
A clinic that offers many different types of health professionals to help people with comfort and quality of life when they have a life-limiting or terminal illness.
Service Type

We are a team of different health professionals including doctors, nurses and allied health professionals which include dietitians, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, psychologists, social workers and speech pathologists).

Our specialist
Dr Rebecca Strutt Palliative care specialist doctor

 

Our other health professionals
Annaleise Collier Dietitian
TBA Speech Pathologist
Patrick Nay Pharmacist
Michelle Neville Occupational Therapist
Mary Santos Physiotherapist
Caroline Pugh Clinical Nurse Consultant

 

Our clinic is held on Tuesdays from 8.00 am - 2.00 pm at the Prince of Wales Adult Outpatient Department, Level 2, Campus Centre Building, Prince of Wales Hospital. Phone Number is 9382 0400

You will first see Dr Rebecca Strut, our palliative care specialist doctor. You will also see other health professionals from our team. 

You will need a referral letter from your local general practitioner (GP) or specialty doctor to use this service. Your doctor will need to submit this referral electronically via Healthlink. Your referral will include your medical history, relevant test results, X-ray results and what medicines you are currently taking.

Once we receive this referral and accept it we will send you a letter with your appointment details. We will also send this to your doctor. If we cannot make an appointment for you, we will send you a letter confirming that you are on the waiting list for the next available appointment. If you change your address and/or phone number, please call 02 9382 0400.

If you need to change or cancel your appointment or no longer require an appointment/be on the waitlist, please call 02 9382 0400.

Please make sure you bring:

  • Your referral lettter
  • Current Medicare or Veterans Affairs card
  • Any Health Care Card, Pensioner Concession Card or Commonwealth Seniors Health Care Card
  • Recent X-rays or medical images and their reports
  • Activities to keep you entertained while waiting, e.g. book, music player, crosswords. 

When you come to our hospital for your appointment, you can check-in using our electronic check-in kiosks. These are located in our Adult Outpatient Department, Acute Services Building (Botany Street), High Street and Barker Street entrances.

Check-in kiosk

 

We are teaching hospital and you may be asked to be involved in research or for a student to be present at your appointment. You have a right to say no. If you do so, this will not impact in any way on the services we will provide.

Please let us know if you need an interpreter before the date of your appointment. You can contact us telephoning the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) on 131 450. Tell the operator what language you speak and then ask the interpreter to set up a telephone conversation between you, an interpreter, and call our Outpatient Department on 03 9382 0400.

Palliative Community Supportive Care Clinic

Member for

6 years 8 months
Submitted by Jacqueline.Ste… on Mon, 19/12/2022 - 10:21

How we can help you

Our clinic can help you if you are living in the community with a life-limiting or terminal illness. The clinic aims to help you and your family to ensure you are as comfortable as possible and have the best quality of life you can.

We can help with:

  • managing your pain or symptoms
  • your nutrition
  • swallowing and communication
  • mobility
  • referrals to counsellors or spiritual/pastoral care.

Please speak to your specialist or GP to get a referral to our service.

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Location Details
Contact us
Phone
02 9382 0400

Manager

Dr Rebecca Strutt (Palliative care specialist)

Opening hours

Tuesdays 8.00 am - 2.00 pm 

Learn about our electronic referral system

How to find us

Professorial Suite, Level 2, High Street Building, Prince of Wales Hospital (see our campus map).

Information about how to get to our Randwick campus

Location Media
Meta Description
A clinic that offers many different types of health professionals to help people with comfort and quality of life when they have a life-limiting or terminal illness.
Service Type

We are a team of different health professionals including doctors, nurses and allied health professionals which include dietitians, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, psychologists, social workers and speech pathologists).

Our specialist
Dr Rebecca Strutt Palliative care specialist doctor

 

Our other health professionals
Annaleise Collier Dietitian
TBA Speech Pathologist
Patrick Nay Pharmacist
Michelle Neville Occupational Therapist
Mary Santos Physiotherapist
Caroline Pugh Clinical Nurse Consultant

 

Our clinic is held on Tuesdays from 8.00 am - 2.00 pm at the Prince of Wales Adult Outpatient Department, Level 2, Campus Centre Building, Prince of Wales Hospital. Phone Number is 9382 0400

You will first see Dr Rebecca Strut, our palliative care specialist doctor. You will also see other health professionals from our team. 

You will need a referral letter from your local general practitioner (GP) or specialty doctor to use this service. Your doctor will need to submit this referral electronically via Healthlink. Your referral will include your medical history, relevant test results, X-ray results and what medicines you are currently taking.

Once we receive this referral and accept it we will send you a letter with your appointment details. We will also send this to your doctor. If we cannot make an appointment for you, we will send you a letter confirming that you are on the waiting list for the next available appointment. If you change your address and/or phone number, please call 02 9382 0400.

If you need to change or cancel your appointment or no longer require an appointment/be on the waitlist, please call 02 9382 0400.

Please make sure you bring:

  • Your referral lettter
  • Current Medicare or Veterans Affairs card
  • Any Health Care Card, Pensioner Concession Card or Commonwealth Seniors Health Care Card
  • Recent X-rays or medical images and their reports
  • Activities to keep you entertained while waiting, e.g. book, music player, crosswords. 

When you come to our hospital for your appointment, you can check-in using our electronic check-in kiosks. These are located in our Adult Outpatient Department, Acute Services Building (Botany Street), High Street and Barker Street entrances.

Check-in kiosk

 

We are teaching hospital and you may be asked to be involved in research or for a student to be present at your appointment. You have a right to say no. If you do so, this will not impact in any way on the services we will provide.

Please let us know if you need an interpreter before the date of your appointment. You can contact us telephoning the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) on 131 450. Tell the operator what language you speak and then ask the interpreter to set up a telephone conversation between you, an interpreter, and call our Outpatient Department on 03 9382 0400.

Gastroenterology and Hepatology Outpatient Clinics

Member for

6 years 8 months
Submitted by Jacqueline.Ste… on Wed, 30/11/2022 - 18:54

How we can help you

We provide specialist care for you if you have problems with your digestive system or diseases in your liver. 

We can do further investigations if you have:

  • bleeding from your rectum
  • blood in your faeces
  • iron deficient anaemia
  • other symptoms associated with your digestive system.
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Location Details
Contact us
Phone
(02) 9382 0400 or (02) 9382 3100

Learn about our electronic referral system

How to find us

Professor Riordan’s Clinic is located at The Billington Centre, Level 2, Campus Centre Building, Prince of Wales Hospital (Building 16 on our campus map)

Dr Kurtovic and Dr Marinos’ Clinics are located at Outpatients B, Level 2, Campus Centre Building, Prince of Wales Hospital (building 16 on our campus map).

Information about how to get to our Randwick campus

Location Media
Meta Description
We provide specialist care for you if you have problems with your digestive system or diseases in your liver. 
Service Type

We care for adults who live in South Eastern Sydney. 

Professor Riordan is the Head of our Gastroenterology and Hepatology Unit. Dr Jelica Kurtovic and Dr George Marinos are our specialist Gastroenterology Doctors.

Professor Riordan’s Clinic is located at The Billington Centre, Level 2, Campus Centre Building, Prince of Wales Hospital.

Dr Kurtovic and Dr Marinos’ Clinics are located at Outpatients B, Level 2, Campus Centre Building, Prince of Wales Hospital.

Clinic Name

Clinic Day

Clinic Time

Prof Riordan’s Gastroenterology and Hepatology Clinic

Monday (weekly)

9.00-11.00am

Dr Kurtovic’s Gastroenterology General Clinic

Monday (fortnightly)

1.30-3.30pm

Dr Marinos’ Gastroenterology General Clinic

Friday (fortnightly)

8.30am-12.00pm

You will need a referral letter from your local general practitioner (GP) or specialty doctor to use this service. Your doctor will need to submit this referral electronically via Healthlink. Your referral will include your medical history, relevant test results, X-ray results and what medicines you are currently taking.

Once we receive this referral and accept it we will send you a letter with your appointment details. We will also send this to your doctor. If we cannot make an appointment for you, we will send you a letter confirming that you are on the waiting list for the next available appointment. If you change your address and/or phone number, please call 02 9382 0400.

We will notify you of your appointment via phone if your condition is urgent. 

We will also send you a SMS reminder at least 5 days before your appointment. 

If you need to change or cancel your appointment, please telephone (02) 9382 0400 or (02) 9382 3100.

When you come to our hospital for your appointment, you can check-in using our electronic check-in kiosks. These are located in our Adult Outpatient Department, Acute Services Building (Botany Street), High Street and Barker Street entrances.

Check-in kiosk

 

We are a teaching hospital and you may be asked to be involved in research or for a student to be present at your appointment. You have a right to say no. If you do so, this will not impact in any way on the services we will provide.

Please let us know before your appointment if you need an interpreter. You can contact us telephoning the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) on 131 450. Tell the operator what language you speak and then ask the interpreter to set up a telephone conversation between you, an interpreter, and call (02) 9382 0400 or (02) 9382 3100 to speak with us.

Gastroenterology and Hepatology Outpatient Clinics

Member for

6 years 8 months
Submitted by Jacqueline.Ste… on Wed, 30/11/2022 - 18:54

How we can help you

We provide specialist care for you if you have problems with your digestive system or diseases in your liver. 

We can do further investigations if you have:

  • bleeding from your rectum
  • blood in your faeces
  • iron deficient anaemia
  • other symptoms associated with your digestive system.
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Location Details
Contact us
Phone
(02) 9382 0400 or (02) 9382 3100

Learn about our electronic referral system

How to find us

Professor Riordan’s Clinic is located at The Billington Centre, Level 2, Campus Centre Building, Prince of Wales Hospital (Building 16 on our campus map)

Dr Kurtovic and Dr Marinos’ Clinics are located at Outpatients B, Level 2, Campus Centre Building, Prince of Wales Hospital (building 16 on our campus map).

Information about how to get to our Randwick campus

Location Media
Meta Description
We provide specialist care for you if you have problems with your digestive system or diseases in your liver. 
Service Type

We care for adults who live in South Eastern Sydney. 

Professor Riordan is the Head of our Gastroenterology and Hepatology Unit. Dr Jelica Kurtovic and Dr George Marinos are our specialist Gastroenterology Doctors.

Professor Riordan’s Clinic is located at The Billington Centre, Level 2, Campus Centre Building, Prince of Wales Hospital.

Dr Kurtovic and Dr Marinos’ Clinics are located at Outpatients B, Level 2, Campus Centre Building, Prince of Wales Hospital.

Clinic Name

Clinic Day

Clinic Time

Prof Riordan’s Gastroenterology and Hepatology Clinic

Monday (weekly)

9.00-11.00am

Dr Kurtovic’s Gastroenterology General Clinic

Monday (fortnightly)

1.30-3.30pm

Dr Marinos’ Gastroenterology General Clinic

Friday (fortnightly)

8.30am-12.00pm

You will need a referral letter from your local general practitioner (GP) or specialty doctor to use this service. Your doctor will need to submit this referral electronically via Healthlink. Your referral will include your medical history, relevant test results, X-ray results and what medicines you are currently taking.

Once we receive this referral and accept it we will send you a letter with your appointment details. We will also send this to your doctor. If we cannot make an appointment for you, we will send you a letter confirming that you are on the waiting list for the next available appointment. If you change your address and/or phone number, please call 02 9382 0400.

We will notify you of your appointment via phone if your condition is urgent. 

We will also send you a SMS reminder at least 5 days before your appointment. 

If you need to change or cancel your appointment, please telephone (02) 9382 0400 or (02) 9382 3100.

When you come to our hospital for your appointment, you can check-in using our electronic check-in kiosks. These are located in our Adult Outpatient Department, Acute Services Building (Botany Street), High Street and Barker Street entrances.

Check-in kiosk

 

We are a teaching hospital and you may be asked to be involved in research or for a student to be present at your appointment. You have a right to say no. If you do so, this will not impact in any way on the services we will provide.

Please let us know before your appointment if you need an interpreter. You can contact us telephoning the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) on 131 450. Tell the operator what language you speak and then ask the interpreter to set up a telephone conversation between you, an interpreter, and call (02) 9382 0400 or (02) 9382 3100 to speak with us.

Immunology Clinic

Member for

6 years 8 months
Submitted by Jacqueline.Ste… on Tue, 02/08/2022 - 10:22

How we can help you

We can help if you have problems with your immune system. This includes autoimmune and inflammatory diseases such as:

  • Systemic lupus erythematosus and Sjogren's syndrome - autoimmune diseases in which your immune system attacks your own tissues causing inflammation and tissue damage.
  • Vasculitis - inflammation of your blood vessels. 
  • IgG4-related disease and sarcoidosis - chronic inflammatory conditions.
  • Inflammatory eye disease 
  • Immunodeficiency - your immune system is unable to fight infectious disease and cancer.

We also help you if you have allergy disorders such as:

  • Anaphylaxis - severe allergic reaction.
  • Eczema or atopic dermatitis - conditions which make your skin red and ichy. 
  • Allergic rhinoconjunctivitis - nose and eye problems due to allergies.
  • Allergic asthma 
  • Drug, vaccine, food, or venom allergy 
  • Hives and angioedema - swelling beneath your skin.
  • Nasal polyposis - non-cancerous growths in the lining of your nose or sinuses.
  • Mastocytosis - a condition where certain immune cells called mast cells build up under your skin and/or in the bones, intestines and other organs.

Our services include:

  • Allergy skin testing - applying substances to your skin to identify allergies. These include drug, allergens in the air, food, and venom.
  • Allergen immunotherapy to treat allergic rhinitis, allergic asthma, and venom allergy
  • Biologics - special medicines which help inflammation and allergy.
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Location Details
Contact us
Phone
02 9382 2403
Fax
02 9382 2400

How to find us

Professorial Suite, Level 2, Campus Centre Building, Prince of Wales Hospital (building 16 on our campus map).

Information about how to get to our Randwick campus

Location Media
Meta Description
Immunology Clinic at Prince of Wales Hospital evaluates and manages patients with immunological diseases.
Service Type

Our team includes specialist immunologists and doctors in training who assess, treat and help you to manage your immunological condition.

Our clinic consultants are:

  • Dr James Yun 
  • Dr Mark Taylor

Clinic Name Clinic Day Clinic Time
Immunology Clinic Monday 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Immunology Clinic Thursday 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Your local general practitioner (GP) or your specialist will decide if you need to use our services. If you need to make an appointment please ask your GP to fax us your referral letter with any blood test results. Fax number 02 9382 2400. If your appointment is urgent please ask your GP to call 02 9382 2403.

Referrals are reviewed and then allocated an appointment date. 

One of our team will contact you within 7 days to schedule an appointment.

Wait times may vary.  An urgent referral will be seen within 4 weeks. A non-urgent referral may be seen in up to 2 months.

If you provide your mobile phone number you will receive a SMS reminder 5 days before your appointment.  Please let the Immunology Department know if you do not want to receive a SMS reminder.

If you need to change or cancel your appointment please telephone us on 02 9382 2403.

Please bring

  • Your Medicare card.
  • Recent blood test results. If you do not have a copy of your results, please bring the name of the pathology company that performed the test so we can follow up with them.
  • Any scans and reports related to your hormone condition.
  • A list of all the medicines you are currently taking including any herbal or over the counter medicines.  

Please let us know if you need an interpreter. You can contact us telephoning the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) on 131 450. Tell the operator what language you speak and then ask the interpreter to set up a telephone conversation between you, an interpreter, and the healthcare professional you want to speak with.