INSIDER UPDATE FROM THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF ALLERGY, ASTHMA & IMMUNOLOGY
"Individuals with common allergies to medications, foods, inhalents, insects and latex are NO more likely than the general public to have an allergic reaction to the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine."
We apprecitate your understanding and patience as we navigate through Covid-19 safely and efficiently.
We understand the critical role that allergy injections have in maintaining our patients health. Our injection room will reopen with limited hours and with additional precautions.
1.When you arrive to our office, call us and we will sign you in for your injection. You will remain in your vehicle until we text or call you to come into the office to receive your injection.
2.Patients who are on build-up must remain in the office as usual to monitor for reactions.
3.For adult patients do not bring anyone in with you. For children limit one adult only.
4.Please maintain a distance of at least 6 feet while in the waiting room.
5.DO NOT COME IN IF YOU HAVE A FEVER, COUGH, A PENDING COVID-19 TEST, HAVE HAD ANY RECENT TRAVEL OR ANY CONTACT WITH SICK PEOPLE.
6. If you have a mask please wear it into the office. If you do not have a mask then please wear a scarf over your face.
7. If you are overdue for your injection, please contact the office before you come in so we can adjust your dose.
TELEHEALTH APPOINTMENTS are available. Please log onto your patient portal and send us a message to request one. OR you can call to speak with a staff member to schedule.