How to Refer

Phone: 02 9473 8728
Email: info@sir.net.au
Fax: 02 9520 5320

Hospital In-Patients – Please fax referral to San Radiology (02 9487 9845) and the ward will be notified of booking.

In-Hour Emergency Cases – Please fax referral to San Radiology (02 9487 9845) AND call ext. 9821 (Angiography Suite) or San Radiology Team Leader (0429 012 851).

 

After Hour Emergency Cases – Please contact On-Call Radiologist and fax referral to San Radiology (02 9487 9845). On-Call Roster can be viewed through the San Pulse Intranet. 

Please be advised that all E.D. patients scheduled for procedures must be admitted as Hospital In-Patient under Sydney IR or another clinician, in order to receive “gap covering” benefit from health funds.

 

 

Elective Cases – Please send us referral with patient's contact via  email info@sir.net.au or fax (02 9520 5320). We will call and liaise with patient.

Sydney IR consulting rooms at Suite 407 San Clinic

 

The office will be open from 9am to 5pm.

Please email info@sir.net.au, fax (02 9520 5320), or ask the patient to bring their referral letter/form with relevant scans to our office.

 

If the office is unattended after hours, please leave referral and relevant scans at San Radiology Reception, Level 3, Sydney Adventist Hospital

 

Useful Contacts

  • In-Patient I.R. Booking – Ext 9850

  • San Radiology Team Leader - 0429 012 851

  • Angio Control Room – Ext 9821

  • CT I.R. Room – Ext 4325

  • Elective Case for Sydney I.R. – 02 9473 8728 

  • Sydney I.R. fax number - 02 9520 5320

  • San Radiology fax number - 02 9487 9845

Print a Referral Form

Suite 407, San Clinic,

Sydney Adventist Hospital,

185 Fox Valley Road,

Wahroonga NSW 2076

Phone: 02 9473 8728
Email: info@sir.net.au
Fax: 02 9520 5320

Suite 305, St Leonards Square

480 Pacific Highway, 

St Leonards NSW 2065

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