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Clinical Immunology and Allergy Department

We are based at the QMC and treat patients with immuno-deficiency, allergy and auto-inflammatory diseases.

We are a regional centre for adults with primary immune deficiency and allergy. We see patients from the Nottingham, Derby and Mansfield areas as well as from Lincolnshire and Leicestershire.

Conditions we treat include:


  • Rhinitis or hay fever that is difficult to control
  • Urticaria (hives rash) and angioedema (swelling)
  • Anaphylaxis (a severe allergic reaction which required adrenaline treatment)
  • Food allergy
  • Insect sting allergy
  • Drug allergy, including allergic reactions to general anaesthetic drugs


  • Recurrent or unusual infections
  • Periodic fever/auto-inflammatory syndromes

Contact us

Contact us

Tel: 0115 970 9130

Our fax number is: 0115 849 3260

Find us

Find us

Clinical Immunology and Allergy Department

A Floor, South Block

Queens Medical Centre

Derby Road




Out of hours

Please contact your GP surgery,or your local out of hours GP service. In an emergency please call 999.