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Penicillin Reaction Clinic

Penicillin allergy testing for any patients who have been told they have an allergy to penicillin and have a low risk of a serious reaction, such as: hives, rash, diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, runny nose and/or cough.

Please note: A Physicians referral is required.

Outpatient Clinic Parking, Entrance & Registration:

Outpatient Clinics are held at Stratford General Hospital.  Patients who have an appointment should enter through the West Building Entrance. 

  • Parking is available in Lot E off of West Gore St. 
  • Enter the hospital through the West Building Outpatient Clinic entrance under the canopy. 
  • Register at Patient Registration which is located inside the automatic double doors to the right.  Patient Registration staff will then direct you to the appropriate clinic waiting area.
  • Quick drop-off is available under the canopy.

Location: Stratford General Hospital: West Building, Level 1

Hours of Operation: One Wednesday per month