During this public health emergency, Timber Lane Allergy and Asthma Associates is restricting in person visits to our office to those patients who need essential services that cannot be provided otherwise. No one should come to the office who has had a fever within 14 days, symptoms of a common cold, cough, current respiratory illness, or significant exposure to an individual with confirmed COVID19. If you do come to the office please respect social distancing guidelines, proper handwashing, and minimize contact with office surfaces. We will enforce measures to allow safe distancing.
We are now offering telemedicine to allow us to continue to provide patient care.
These recommendations will be modified as the circumstances change.
Below you will find a list of FAQ’s and additional information. If you have questions please feel free to Contact Us.
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How can I reduce my risk of contracting or spreading a communicable disease such as influenza or corona virus?
I have a scheduled clinic appointment, should I come to the office?
I am a new patient, can I make an appointment?
How do I set up a telemedicine visit?
How do I pay for a telemedicine visit?
Is the immunotherapy lab open?
I am receiving allergy, venom, or biologic immunotherapy, should I come to the office to receive my injections?
Should I continue receiving venom immunotherapy?
What if I am on allergy immunotherapy at maintenance therapy (every 4 weeks)?
What if I am on allergy immunotherapy currently receiving Yellow or Red Vials?
What if I just started allergy immunotherapy and am currently receiving Silver, Green or Blue Vials?
What should I do if I am receiving an injectable biologic therapy (Xolair, Fasenra, Dupilumab)?
Do I have to wait in the lobby after my injection?
Patients must wait in the office after their injections per national allergy guidelines. We will provide opportunity to observe safe distancing.