We care for, treat and support adults with Cystic Fibrosis.
Clinical service overview
Cystic Fibrosis is a genetic disorder with life-limiting, multi-system comorbidities. It is best managed in conjunction with a well-resourced, multi-disciplinary team, particularly in the current era of gene-potentiating therapies.
Referrals for treatment or for assessment of adults with any clinical features of CF are invited.
Refer your patient
Fax referral to us
We accept GP and specialist referrals to this service.
All referrals are triaged by the service according to clinical urgency. Patients requiring immediate assessment should be sent to the Emergency & Trauma Centre.
To refer your patient, complete and fax a referral to us. For urgent referrals, also contact the service Registrar to discuss the case.
To ensure appropriate and timely triage, include all demographic and clinical details as well as relevant investigation results.
If you are concerned about any delay of the appointment or if there is any deterioration in your patient’s condition, contact the service Registrar on call on (03) 9076 2000.
- Phone (03) 9076 2315
- Fax (03) 9076 8050
- Enquiries email email@example.com
Special referral instructions
If the patient is transferring from another Cystic Fibrosis Care Service, please send a medical letter which details the care given at that Centre and the patients current health status, as well as copies of any previous scans and test results.
Enquiries about delays in receiving appointments go to the Clinic Coordinator 9076 6960.
Calls to discuss patient deterioration go to the Registrar via AH Switchboard on 9076 2000 or the CF Nurse on 9076 3443.
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- Prof John Wilson: Respiratory physician
- Dr Anastase Kotsimbos: Respiratory physician
- A/Prof Robert Stirling: Allergy and Respiratory
- Dr Dominic Keating: Respiratory physician
- Dr Alan Young: Respiratory physician