Your First Appointment

Thank you for choosing us as your care provider.

If you are a new patient, please make sure you read this important information and the full list of medications you need to be off at least 7-days prior to your appointment.

On the day of your appointment, please arrive 10-minutes early to ensure we have enough time to prepare any outstanding paperwork.

We are mindful that your time is valuable and would like to avoid keeping you waiting. However, occasionally a patient may present that requires a little extra time spent on them, which may cause unforeseeable scheduling delays beyond our control. Where possible, we will advise you if we are running late. We apologise in advance if you are kept waiting.

The duration of your initial consultation is approximately 1-hour. A thorough medical and diagnostic work-up will be performed. If you have completed any prior tests (within 6-months), please email these to our administration team prior to your appointment date so that your specialist can review them during your appointment.

What’s allowed?

Skin creams, nasal sprays and eye drops with antihistamine properties are permitted (just discontinue any of the below oral medications one week before your appointment).

Other medications?

You should continue to take any other medications that have been prescribed by your doctor.

What to Bring

  • A current referral from your GP or Specialist.
  • Medicare, DVA and Pension cards.
  • Any recent scans, previous skin prick / patch test result, recent discharge summaries or biopsy results.
  • A list of all medications you are on (including prescription, vitamins, supplements or herbal medicines).
  • Any relevant correspondence from other specialists who may be involved in your care.
  • List of any known allergies or symptoms you are experiencing.
  • A list of any questions you may wish to ask so you don’t forget on the day.


Please bring a list of any prescribed medications you are currently taking, including any herbal preparations you may be taking.

Medications you should stop taking before your appointment?

Please see the page below for information regarding medication you should stop taking before your appointment.

Fees & Payment

  • We are a private clinic and charge private-practices fees.
  • Full payment is required on the day of your appointment for a visit in person. We have credit card facilities (Mastercard or Visa only), as well as Eftpos. We will send your claim to Medicare on your behalf and you will receive your Medicare rebate directly to your nominated bank account, usually within 2 working days.

Take back control – start your journey today.

We are a leading paediatric and adult Allergy, Immunology and Immunopathology group with clinics in the Sydney CBD and Westmead.

Our specialists hold sub-specialised qualifications in allergy and immunology, and pathology, and offer significant clinical experience.

If you have a question about a condition or treatment, or would like to book an appointment, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.