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Immunology Clinic

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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 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

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Immunology Clinic at Prince of Wales Hospital evaluates and manages patients with immunological diseases.
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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.

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