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Your child's appointment with our allergy service

If you would like your child to be seen by one of our specialists, he or she will need to be referred by their GP or a health professional from another hospital.

We want to make your visit to our clinic as easy and efficient as we can by combining the consultation, allergy testing and specialist input from other professionals, such as dietitians, all in one visit where possible. This may involve short periods of waiting, but removes the need for multiple visits.

About your appointment

  

Contacts

Tel: 020 7188 3300

Opening hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm

Nurse telephone helpline

If your child is an existing patient, you can book a telephone appointment online for a nurse to call you  if you need advice or help with:

  • your child's diagnosis
  • medication including immunotherapy queries
  • concerns about your child's symptoms

Please note: this service is only available for patients who have already attended clinic. It is not suitable for new patients.

How to find us

Children's allergy service
Otter outpatients
Second floor,
Staircase B, South Wing
St Thomas' Hospital
Westminster Bridge Road
London SE1 7EH

This department is only accessible via lift/staircase B.

Map of Second Floor, South Wing, St Thomas' Hospital (PDF 219Kb) 

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