An immunologist is a doctor who specialises in the workings of the immune system. You will be referred to an immunologist if you have food or seasonal allergies, hay fever, eczema or an autoimmune disease.The immunology team at VisitHealth have years of experience and are experts in their field, practicing to the highest standards you expect and deserve.Research on immune mechanisms is fast advancing all the time, and Visit Health’s team of specialists partner with researchers around the world to bring you the very latest thinking in the field.If they think it’s needed, your immunologist will refer you for prompt tests at our ultra-modern west London clinic which is open seven days a week. The team uses the very latest technology in imaging and diagnostic equipment to rapidly and precisely identify your problem, with exceptional quality of care.Your immunologist will then formulate a bespoke plan for your immediate treatment, overseeing your continuity of care to reclaim your health. Autoimmune disorders usually affect more than one organ system and our immunologists work closely with Visit Health’s other specialists to coordinate your care.Visit Health’s immunologists are here for you to feel better. Fast.

What conditions or symptoms does an immunologist specialise in?

  • Lupus
  • Rheumatoid or osteoarthritis
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Gout
  • Myositis (muscle inflammation)
  • Allergies to environmental substances such as pollens, dander, mould, weed and dust
  • Allergies to food such as nuts, milk egg, wheat, shellfish
  • Nasal or sinus congestion
  • Hives and swelling
  • Shortness of breath
  • Low blood pressure

What’s different about seeing an immunologist at VisitHealth?

Waiting for results and answers is probably one of the worst parts of feeling unwell. If needed, they will refer you for immediate tests that will give you results right away. Their priority is to understand your problem and solve it without delay.

What tests could an immunologist recommend?

  • X-ray
  • MRI
  • Ultrasound
  • Blood sample test
  • Pulmonary function test
  • Allergen immunotherapy
  • Allergen exposure