As of June 1, 2021, we will no longer screen the temperatures of those entering our offices.
COVID-19 Safety Procedures
All offices are currently open
Last updated August 19, 2022
As a healthcare specialist, our patients, doctors, nurses, and staff members’ health is our top priority as we remain open to help you manage your allergic, asthmatic, and immunologic conditions.
The below measures are the precautions we have in place to protect you.
All staff wears personal protective gear, including masks. All patients and visitors must wear a face mask when entering our offices. The CDC does not recommend a face shield as a substitute for masks and therefore we do require that masks are worn, even for those using a face shield.
We are no longer restricting the number of visitors in our office. We do ask that patients limit additional visitors where possible to minimize exposure.
We have also implemented social distancing measures in our waiting rooms and wherever possible.
We have an enhanced screening procedure to identify those who have COVID-19 symptoms or who have been in contact with others who have.
We have implemented multiple cleanings of the exam rooms and waiting room areas throughout the day.
Our offices are open for appointments and allergy shots and are operating on their regular schedule. Please visit our locations page to view your local office’s shot hours.
We are offering telemedicine visits to current patients for specific circumstances. Please call our office to schedule an appointment with our physicians.
We will continue to monitor CDC guidelines and make changes as appropriate to ensure the safety of our patients and staff.
When can I get my allergy shot after receiving the vaccine?
If you are undergoing immunotherapy for your allergies, we recommend the COVID-19 vaccine and the allergy shot be administered at least 24-48 hours apart. While we have not seen any reasons for patients on allergy shots not to receive either the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines or the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, waiting 24-48 hours helps avoid confusion if a reaction occurs.