NEW PATIENT INFORMATION

The following information is provided to you in order to make your visit(s) to our office as convenient for you as possible.

PLEASE CALL YOUR INSURANCE COMPANY TO CHECK YOUR BENEFITS !! 

 

Ø  Please return the enclosed Registration and HIPAA forms either by mail or in person when you come for your initial visit.  (Please click HERE to download and print the required forms).

Ø  On your testing visit, please allow a maximum of 3 hours for the appointment.

Ø  If for any reason, you cannot keep your appointment, please notify us as soon as possible so we may free up the space for another patient in need of care.

Ø  A charge of $25 will be applied if you do not give 24 hours notice of a cancellation.

Ø  A complete allergy survey may require at least one additional trip to our office.  This will vary depending on the patient.

Ø  Copies of any lab work, x-ray reports, previous allergy studies, or other pertinent medical studies may be important and should either be sent beforehand or brought along.

Please stop taking the following medications for the amount of time specified:

Ø  CANNOT HAVE THE FOLLOWING:

·        Claritin/Loratidine5 days            Xyzal /Levocetirizine5 days

Allegra/fexofenadine5 days       Zyrtec/Cetirizine5 days

Clarinex/Desloratidine5 days      Amitriptylline5 days

·        Any over the counter cold and cough, sinus medication such as Tylenol Cold and Sinus, Dimetapp

·        Certain antidepressants (Elavil, Sinequan (Doxepin), Imipramine)5 days

·        Other Antihistamines:Benadryl (dyphenhydramine), Atarax (hydroxyzine), Phenegran (Promethazine), Dallergy, Bromfed, Chlor-Trimeton, & Actifed, etc – 3 days

·        Over-the-counter sleeping medication – 3 days

·        Other drugs to avoid for 48 hours prior to appointment: Zantac  (Ranitidine), Pepcid (famotidine) and Tagament (Cimetidine HCI)

·        All other medications including other antidepressants not listed above should be continued as prescribed.  If you have any questions regarding a specific medication, please consult your pharmacy or prescribing provider.

Ø  PLEASE CONTINUE: Dulera, Advair, Q-Var, Singulair, Symbicort, & all nasal sprays

 

 

 

 

Updated 3.18.2013


 



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