For all appointments and enquiries, please call 02 8882 9477.
Please bring along to your appointment your referral letter, unfortunately without a valid referral letter you will be unable to claim a rebate from Medicare. We will also require your private health insurance details, Medicare number and any relevant test results (CT, MRI, Hearing, Sleep study, X-ray) that you have undergone.
To help save yourself time please complete our patient registration form. If you are unable to complete our registration form online please arrive at your appointment ten minutes earlier.
If you need to reschedule an appointment, please do this as early as possible to ensure availability for another appointment and allow the appointment time to be given to another patient.
We recognise that your time is valuable, and we make every effort to run on time. Occasionally emergencies or patients require a little more time, and these cause scheduling delays beyond our control. We apologise if we keep you waiting.
The surgeons at Sydney Hills ENT conduct outpatient clinics and operate at Royal North Shore Hospital for anyone electing to be a public patient.
Direct General Practitioner or Specialist referrals are accepted at Royal North Shore Hospital Outpatient Department and appointments can be booked by calling 02 9926 8370.
We look forward to meeting you again on the day of the surgery and making the operation as comfortable as possible for you.
To help your Surgeon and Anaesthetist to provide the highest possible care and safety during your surgery you may require some tests beforehand to ensure that you are as healthy as possible for a general anaesthetic and surgery.
Maintaining a good diet before your surgery ensures that your body is in optimal health before your surgery. Research suggests that good preoperative health achieves the best healing results after your surgery. Please ensure that you have had adequate protein, vitamins and minerals for at least 2 weeks before your operation.
Please stop smoking for two weeks before and 3 weeks after your operation. There is very good research evidence that illustrates a worse outcome for all ENT operations if you smoke.
Certain medicines that you may be associate with excessive bleeding at the time of your operation. Excessive bleeding during the operation could compromise the ultimate outcome of your operation. It is therefore important to avoid any of the medications listed in the below PDF for at least 14 days (2 weeks before) before and after your operation.
If your referring doctor regards your problem as needing an urgent appointment we would appreciate a that they mark the referral as “urgent” and kindly fax or email the referral along with your personal / patient details and we will endeavor to create an emergency slot.
Email: [email protected]
Fax: 02 8824 8414