School forms and fall allergy season


July 31, 2017

Now is the time to get those back to school forms ready; don’t wait until the first week of school.

Emergency food allergy action plans, asthma care plans, authorization to administer medications at school — we can usually complete and return to you within 24 hours if submitted early.

Now is also the time to schedule follow-up appointments to plan ahead and get ready for the upcoming fall and cedar seasons. Allergy shots or drops are most effective when started several months before the season.

Call today to schedule an appointment with us!

This entry was posted in on July 31, 2017 by AENT Team.

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