The Allergy & Asthma Center, LLC Announces the Addition of Telehealth Visits
The Allergy and Asthma Center is giving patients the option of telehealth visits with their provider in order to protect the health of our patients and staff while providing essential patient care. This option will be for new and established patients. All you will need is a smartphone or a computer with a webcam. Telehealth visits will reduce the number of patients having to come into the office to reduce potential transmission of COVID-19. Call us or make your appointment online using our website.
Patients on allergy immunotherapy and those receiving biologics (such as Xolair, Nucala, Dupixent) will continue to come to the office for their injections at this time. An adjustment to your injection schedule may be necessary if you are not able to come to the office for an extended period.
At this time we are continuing to operate to serve the needs of our patients. If you are concerned you are showing signs of an infectious disease (fever, fatigue, cough) your best course of action is to contact your primary care physician’s office and follow their directives. If you plan to come to the office, please bring as few guests as possible.
We plan to keep you updated regularly with information on how to stay healthy this spring given the circumstances surrounding the control of COVID-19. Until then, please stay home as much as possible, wash your hands, adhere to social distancing guidelines, and stay well.