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In 2017 we are updating the website listings of Full (Ordinary) ASCIA members working in private and/or public clinical practice. The updated listings will be mobile/tablet responsive and more comprehensive, to enhance accessibility and usefulness for GPs and patients.
These lists consist of Full (Ordinary) members of the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA) who are medical specialists providing services for patients with immune system disorders in Australia and New Zealand. These disorders comprise allergic diseases (including asthma), primary immunodeficiency diseases, secondary immunodeficiencies and autoimmune diseases.
Although most of the members listed are Allergists and/or Clinical Immunologists, some are medical specialists in other areas (whose Full membership has been approved by ASCIA Council), who see patients with predominantly allergy and/or other immune diseases, and/or have made a significant contribution to this field of clinical practice.
All of the listed Full members of ASCIA are medical specialists, therefore a referral from a general practitioner is required for consultations. These lists only include Full members of ASCIA who remain in clinical practice and have consented to having their details listed.
Listings are by state, territory or country, in alphabetical order by surname, with the main clinical location listed. Details are regularly updated to ensure that the information is as up to date as possible.
Content last updated January 2017