Immunology

The immunology department at the Canberra Region Cancer Centre (CRCC) provides a tertiary referral service to adults and children with immune-mediated disease.

The immunology department at the Canberra Region Cancer Centre (CRCC) provides a tertiary referral service to adults and children with immune-mediated disease.

We offer ambulatory care through outpatient clinics, inpatient care and consultation services.

Our specialists also provide general allergy and anaesthetic allergy clinics, as well as a sarcoidosis clinic once a month.

All adult clinics take place at the CRCC.

Paediatric immunology clinics take place at the Centenary Hospital for Women and Children.

Please contact us on 02 6174 8523 for more information. You can also call the cancer central access number on 02 6174 8444.

Refer a patient

Patients can only access our services with a valid referral to a named specialist from a GP or specialist. Please ensure all results from previous medical tests are included to assist in the triage and assessment of referrals.

You can fax referrals to us on 02 6174 5543.

We are happy to discuss arrangements to telemedicine follow-up consultations.

Our specialists

Your GP can access a list of our immunology staff specialists through the GP Healthnet.

Clinical Trials

We are currently enrolled in the following trials:

  • BREVAS – Belimimab uin remission of vasculitis
  • BASE – Belimumab assessment of safety in SLE
Research

We have an active research program that receives funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC). The program mainly focuses on understanding the genetic and cellular basis of autoimmunity and immune deficiency.

We also conduct research to understand the genetic and cellular basis of sarcoidosis, vasculitis and other forms autoimmune diseases.

Patients with any of these conditions are eligible for enrolment.

Please see the John Curtin School of Medical Research for more information.

Page last updated on: 23 Sep 2018