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4/30/20 Update:

Hello patients! We hope that you are staying well during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are closely following the guidelines from local authorities as well as public health leaders in determining how best to keep our staff and patients protected as we start to open the economy.

  • Until further notice, we are still requesting that all patients wear a face covering while in our office. We will amend this based on regulations from Dallas County leaders. Dallas County cases are still rising as of writing of this post.

  • We still ask that patients bring no more than one person with them to an appointment. For pediatric patients, please try to have only one parent/ guardian with the child.

  • We will continue to have telemedicine appointments to help reduce foot traffic through our clinic. If you are not getting an allergy shot or another procedure at your appt, you might be asked to instead have an appointment over video chat.

  • We will continue with social distancing in our waiting room. If our waiting room is too full, you might be asked to wait in an exam room or in your car (before an allergy shot is given)

Please take note of our shot hours through May 15th, 2020:

Monday: 8:30- 5  **on May 4th we will be open 8-11 for shots

Tuesday: 8- 4:30 pm

Wednesday CLOSED

Thursday 8-4:30 pm

Friday CLOSED

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