Allergy and Immunology Instructions for Patients

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Instructions for patients




  • Please email ( or fax (02 9542 8388) your referral as early as possible after your appointment is made, or ask your referring doctor to do so. This will allow us to ensure your referral is appropriate and seen in a timely manner.
  • Please bring the following documents to your appointment that relate to your complaint.
    • Test results (e.g. blood test results, Xrays, CT/MRI scans, lung function test)
    • Hospital discharge summaries
    • Medical/specialist reports


Without these, it may take longer to make an appropriate decision with regard to your care.


If your consultation relates to an allergy


  • Please avoid oral antihistamines (e.g. Claratyne, Zyrtec, Aerius, Demazin, Telfast, Xergic etc.) for AT LEAST 72 HOURS prior to your initial appointment.
  • If you need skin prick testing, please avoid oral antihistamines for AT LEAST 72 HOURS prior to your appointment.
  • If your consultation relates to a manufactured food or beverage product, please bring the details and ingredients.





  • Cancellations must be made 2 business days before your appointment to avoid forfeiting your deposit.


Talk to us today about:

  • Allergy testing
  • Immunotherapy
  • Treatment of asthma/eczema
  • Assessment and treatment of immunodeficiency
  • Food challenges and desensitisation treatment



We’ll help you find the answers you need to improve your quality of life, with little hassle and at a low cost.


At Integrated Specialist Healthcare we have implemented a number of policies and procedures at our clinics to ensure the safety of our patients and staff from exposure to COVID-19.


We remain open as normal until further notice.


Please Do Not Attend the Practice and contact the clinic prior to arriving to your appointment if you have any of the following:

  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Travelled recently
  • Had close contact with someone who has been diagnosed or suspected of having coronavirus