This clinic specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of adult patients with allergic conditions.

Our team consists of doctors, a specialist dietitian, a nurse and an occupational therapist.

Depending on the severity and duration of the condition, the clinic aims to:

  • Provide a diagnosis. This will include the use of skin prick tests and blood tests
  • Control symptoms
  • Help improve your well-being and energy levels
  • Help you to manage your condition better.

Patient contact

Service management

Other contact information

This clinic does not undertake patch testing for eczema or contact dermatitis. This service is not currently available at UCLH. This clinic does not provide medication allergy diagnosis and treatment. This is provided by the UCLH Specialist Allergy service, based at the Royal National ENT hospital.


Adult Allergy service
Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine
3rd Floor 
60 Great Ormond Street 

Other referral information

Referrals are only accepted by e-referral from GPs or by tertiary referral by letter from authorised healthcare professionals.

UCLH service name E-referral Specialty Clinic type
Allergy Clinic - ENT Dept  Ear, Nose & Throat Nose/Sinus
Allergy Clinic - Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine Allergy Allergy
Allergy Clinic - Respiratory Medicine Respiratory Medicine Asthma, Allergy
Allergy Clinic Complementary Medicine Dietetics


Referral address

Adult Allergy Clinic
Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine
60 Great Ormond Street
London, WC1N 3HR.

  • Hay fever caused by grass or tree pollen
  • Bee or wasp venom allergy
  • House dust mite allergy
  • Animal allergies, such as created by cats and dogs
  • Asthma
  • Eczema (dermatitis)
  • Urticaria (hives) and angioedema (swelling of lips, eyelids)
  • Food allergy and food intolerance

Dietary management may be helpful in some conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome, migraine, chronic fatigue syndrome, or in those on restricted diets

  • Learning self-management strategies
  • Avoiding allergy triggers
  • Dietary changes
  • Medications such as asthma inhalers, nasal sprays, antihistamines, adrenaline injectors
  • Subcutaneous immunotherapy (“desensitisation”). A three-year course of injections of gradually increasing doses of allergy-causing substances (such as pollens, bee and wasp venom, house dust mite) for conditions such as severe hay fever, bee or wasp sting allergy.
  • Advice on complementary medicine use

If you are unable to attend your appointment, please let us know at least 48 hours beforehand so we can offer your appointment to someone else. If you do not attend your appointment without telling us we may refer you back to your GP. Following your treatment, you will be referred to your GP.

If your appointment is more than 24 hours away, please change or cancel it by using the online form below or calling us on 020 3456 7890.

If your appointment is within the next 24 hrs please call us on 020 3456 7890.

If you have any non-urgent queries regarding your appointment or our services, please email us at and we will respond to you within 72 hours.

The RLHIM is also a teaching hospital and from time to time other healthcare professionals may observe in outpatient clinics as part of a training course. We will always ask your permission for students to sit in during your consultation. You do not have to have students present if you would prefer not to.

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