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Indoor Allergies Tend to Worsen in Autumn

As we enter the autumn season, it is important to realize that indoor allergies tend to worsen this time of year (particularly in the Midwest). As temperatures drop, people start to turn on their home heat at night, stirring up the dust that has settled in the furnace since the previous winter. Symptoms may include […]

Updated Hours

We have updated our hours for the fall! Office Hours Mon: 8:30am – 5pm [Shot Hours 8:30am – 4:25pm] Tue: 8:30am – 5pm [Shot Hours 8:30am – 4:25pm] Wed: 7:00am – 5pm [Shot Hours 7:00am – 4:25pm] Thu: 8:30am – 5pm [Shot Hours 8:30am – 4:25pm]

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Ragweed Season Is Here!

For most of those in the Midwest, ragweed season is here! It actually started last week, will peak around Labor Day Weekend, and gradually decline for the rest of September. There is no detectable ragweed by the time October rolls around. Tips to decrease exposure to ragweed: Stay indoors Keep windows closed Wash your hair/bathe […]

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Resuming Allergy Injections

All allergy injections for environmental allergies will resume on Monday May 4. New Shot Hours starting Monday May 4: 8:30am – 4pm Monday through Thursday Please review our recent policy changes regarding social distancing, screening, and required facial masks as those policies will remain in effect. The total number of patients/visitors in the building will […]

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Policy Update April 6, 2020

Effective immediately, ALL patients entering Park Allergy Center, whether for an appointment, treatment, or allergy injection, will be required to wear a facial mask (cloth facial coverings acceptable). All patients are asked to bring and use their own mask as our supply is almost exhausted. Following is a link to the latest CDC recommendation regarding […]

Policy Update Effective March 31, 2020

Effective immediately, administration of allergy injections will be limited to asthmatics and patients with stinging insect allergies.   All non-urgent, in-office appointments will be rescheduled either to a later date or to a Telemedicine appointment.   We feel this new policy achieves the best balance of honoring Governor Whitmer’s Stay-At-Home order while continuing to provide care for […]

Telemedicine

Telemedicine has arrived at Park Allergy Center!   We are pleased to announce that we now offer online, video appointments.  Given the current SARS-CoV2 (COVID-19) Pandemic, many health insurance companies now cover telemedicine appointments.  Enjoy the benefits of receiving a consultation from Park Allergy Center while in the safety and security of your own home. […]

Screen for all who enter…

Park Allergy Center now screens all patients and visitors before they enter the office. If you have had recent fever, cough, or shortness of breath, or exposure to anyone that has or is suspected of having SARS-CoV2 (COVID-19) and are coming for your allergy injection, PLEASE STAY HOME, as you will be turned away. If […]