• Telehealth for consults and follow up visits. Call (503) 208-9144 to schedule.
  • In-office services are limited to scheduled allergy shots and necessary procedures.
  • No walk-in allergy shots. Please schedule online.

After you schedule your allergy shot:

1). Please wear a facemask or cloth face cover when in the clinic.


2). Adult patients present to clinic unaccompanied, and pediatric patients (under 18 y/o) should be accompanied by only one parent or legal guardian.


3). Avoid close contact and maintain distance between yourself and other people.


4). Food and drinks are not allowed in the waiting or exam rooms.


5). Follow CDC guidance on How to Protect Yourself and help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases like COVID-19.


* Do Not come in to the clinic for allergy shots if you have any cold or flu-like symptoms, fever, cough, night sweats, loss of taste or smell, or muscle ache, or if you have had contact in the past 14 days with people diagnosed with COVID-19. No allergy shot will be given. Please stay home and call your PCP doctor or call 211.


Thank you for your help and cooperation.

How We Help

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Prevention & Wellness

The principal approach of the practice is to provide advice for preventive measures, and options for immunologic therapies when applicable, to help manage your allergies, asthma, or immunodeficiency. Effective medical treatments are available to control, and in some cases reverse these conditions.

 

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Disease & Conditions

  • Seasonal allergy
  • Perennial allergy
  • Venom allergy
  • Drug allergy
  • Food allergy
  • Asthma
  • Eczema
  • Hives
  • Contact dermatitis
  • Immunodeficiency
  • Anaphylaxis

Forms & Links

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Patient Portal

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