Allergy and immunology

What we do

We investigate, diagnose and treat adults with a wide range conditions ranging from common allergic conditions such as hay fever, rhinitis, urticaria, drug and food allergies, to anaphylaxis and complex allergic diseases and immunodeficiency problems.

Location

Suite 3, Golden Jubilee Wing, Denmark Hill, London, SE5 9RS

Contact Details

  • Main Reception: +44 (0)20 3299 1555

Patient Information Leaflets

Conditions we treat

We investigate, diagnose and treat:

  • severe hay fever resistant to drug therapy using desensitisation (immunotherapy)
  • suspected immunodeficiency – persistent, severe or recurrent infections with unusual organisms
  • primary immunodeficiency – hypogammaglobulaemias, hereditary angioedema etc
  • hay fever – seasonal allergic rhinitis and conjunctivitis
  • perennial rhinitis – symptom: permanent cold
  • food allergy
  • drug allergy
  • urticaria/angioedema
  • anaphylaxis, (for example, induced by wasp stings) – acute generalised allergic reactions

We also evaluate the immunological or allergic contribution to multisystem, polysymptomatic or non-specific illnesses.

Booking a patient at King's

Appointments for this service are made via the national Choose and Book system. Please see the Choose and Book page for more information.

Other ways to refer

Routine Referrals

For routine referrals, contact:

  • Medical Secretary, tel 020 3299 1555
  • PA to Dr Ibrahim, tel 020 3299 1556

Emergency Referrals

For emergency referrals, contact:

  • Medical Secretary, tel 020 3299 1555
  • PA to Dr Ibrahim, tel 020 3299 1556

Other Queries

For any other queries, contact:

  • Medical Secretary, tel 020 3299 1555
  • PA to Dr Ibrahim, tel 020 3299 1556

Referral Forms

There are no referral forms for this service.

Key Clinical Staff

Name Job Title
Ms Ela Bialas Immunoglobulin Infusion Nurse Specialist
Dr Jimmy Gooi Consultant Immunologist
Ms Theo Grosse-Kreul Senior Specialist Nurse for Clinical Immunology & Allergy
Dr Mohammad Ibrahim Consultant & Clinical Lead
Dr Mohammad Ibrahim Honorary Senior Lecturer