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First Visit

What should I expect at my first visit?

Patients and their families should expect to be in the office for approximately 1.5 hours. This is because there is a mandatory waiting period after all testing, regardless of age. You should expect to see the provider, have your testing, and then see the provider to review and discuss results and treatment options. In most cases, all testing will be done the day of your visit.

What medications need to be stopped prior to testing?

Certain medications need to be stopped anywhere from 48 hours to 7 days prior to the visit because they will block the skin testing.

Should be stopped 3 days prior to your visit:

  • Alavert
  • Zyrtec
  • Benadryl
  • Loratadine
  • Claritin
  • OTC cold & sinus medication

What should I bring to my appointment?

Please be sure to bring any old records pertaining to your allergy history, insurance card, referral (if needed) and if you choose, you can decrease your waiting time by filling out the following 5 forms at home, and faxing them ahead or bringing them with you to your appointment:

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Patient Registration
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Patient History
 
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Registration Policies
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Communication Preference

Additional Forms

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Allergy Immunotherapy Information
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Immunotherapy (Injection Therapy)
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Informed Consent for IT
 
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Medical Records Release

Centreville Office
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Medical Records Release

Haymarket/Gainesville Office

Return Patients

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Change of Insurance
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Prince William County School

Medication Authorization
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Prince William County School

Allergy Action /Medication
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Fairfax County School

Medication Authorization
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Fairfax County School

Epinephrine Authorization

Some Reminders

  • Please remember to call 24 hours in advance if you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment, or you may be subject to a missed appointment fee.
  • Please remember to sign up in advance for allergy shots. Shots are by appointment only.
  • Remember to check the shot schedule for any time changes or unscheduled closures.
  • Remember to update your insurance card annually - or sooner, if your insurance provider or insurance information changes.
  • Please allow a minimum of 24 hours for routine prescription refills.