Cutting edge private paediatric allergy services in a leading research hospital.
Cambridge Peanut Allergy Clinic is a private, paediatric clinic located in clinic 2 of Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
The clinic is run by the Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and is directed by Dr Pamela Ewan and Dr Andrew Clark, who are world renowned specialists in the fields of allergy and immunotherapy.
The clinic is warm and welcoming, with games consoles, free refreshments, and space for children to relax and play.
Parking for this clinic is free of charge. Please park in the main hospital car park and take your ticket with you to the clinic 2 reception where the staff will validate your ticket.
Finding the clinic
The clinic is held in clinic 2 on Mondays in the outpatients department at Addenbrooke's Hospital.
From the outpatients entrance
As you pass the outpatients reception desk, turn right onto the corridor leading to the main hospital reception and concourse. Follow the sign to clinic 2 through a set of double doors on your left.
From the hospital's main entrance
It is also possible to access the clinic via the hospital's main entrance. As you come through the main entrance, turn left and then follow the signs to the outpatients department. Follow the long corridor past neurosciences and X-ray. Clinic 2 will be on your right-hand side, before you reach the outpatients reception desk.
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Meet the team
The specialists at the Cambridge Peanut Allergy Clinic are leaders in the fields of allergy and immunotherapy, and are committed to delivering excellence in care and the highest quality patient experience in a safe and friendly environment.
Please click on the links below to find out more about members of the team.