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How can I schedule an Appointment?

Scheduling an appointment is easy! Either call the office you would like to schedule with using our LOCATIONS page, or you can submit your information through our online MAKE AN APPOINTMENT page and we will respond to you within the business day.

What do I need to bring to my appointment?

Please bring with you a copy of your insurance card, a photo ID, and any copay required by your insurance. If you are a new patient, please arrive 15 minutes early to fill out paperwork. If you would like to save time you can fill out our New Patient paperwork HERE and bring it with you.

Is there anything I need to know before my first appointment?

If you are coming in for allergy testing it is necessary to stop antihistamines 5-7 days before your appointment. If you are unsure if a medication you are taking should be stopped, you can check our list HERE or call the office for more information.

Do you accept my insurance?

Click HERE for a list of accepted insurances

How does Allergy Skin testing work? Is it Painful?

The first step of allergy skin testing generally involves a slight prick with a tool about the sharpness of a pen. If further testing is required we may introduce allergens through intradermal needles. We may also ask for further blood testing for other patients. Our methods are generally painless and most people only experience a slight pinch.

What type of allergens do you test for?

At Allergy Associates we pride ourselves on applying the most comprehensive testing methods. Click HERE for a list of common allergens we test for.

I have a question about a billing statement. Who should I call?

Our billing line is available to assist you at (301) 242 0026 (select option 2 for Florida billing)