Please Note: IBAS is the research arm of the Department of Respiratory and Sleep Medicine and therefore, does not handle clinical health matters.
For all clinical enquiries and appointments, please call 9496 3688 to speak to the Victorian Respiratory Support Service run by the Department of Respiratory and Sleep Medicine.
Or if you have completed a sleep study (take home equipment) and require a follow up, please also contact the clinical area on 9496 3688, Monday to Friday, 8am - 4.30pm.
Note that this form is only for IBAS-related queries.
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