Due to current recommendations to reduce infectious spread, protect our patients, and decrease waiting room contact:
If you have any of the following please return to your car and call our office:
- Fever (over 100.4 deg)
- Active coughing
- Known, recent sick contact
- Sign in as usual
- If the wait is greater than 5 minutes, we will have you return to your vehicle and call you when it is your turn
- Once you get your shot, return to your car in OUR parking lot for the REMAINDER OF THE 30 MINUTE post-shot wait
- If you have any symptoms of an allergic reaction please re-enter the building and notify us immediately, as usual
New Patients, or Routine office visits who don’t feel sick:
- Check in at the front desk
- If the wait is greater than 5 minutes, we will ask you return to your vehicle and call you when it is your turn to come in
We thank you for your patience and understanding during this time. Taking these steps help us care for you, your loved ones, and our community.
Thank you for choosing us at AIA to help you with your medical needs. We look forward to helping you breath and feel as well.
For patients new to our practice, please download and complete all four pages prior to your visit. Be sure to bring these completed forms to your appointment and please arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time.
We also request that you bring any relevant medical records with you, such as hospital records, previous allergy testing, radiology and/or laboratory results. Please be aware that we treat patients with severe lung disease therefore please arrive unscented.
It is possible that we may need to perform testing to help diagnose your allergies. If allergy skin testing is to be done at your initial visit, oral antihistamine medications must be discontinued seven (7) days prior to the appointment date. However, if your condition is bothersome enough to prevent you from stopping antihistamines for the suggested time period, we ask that you still keep your scheduled appointment – we can help speed your recovery now, then perform testing at a later date.