Due to COVID-19, we’ve implemented new processes in our Allergy Clinic to ensure the health and safety of our patients and staff. We continue to dedicate ourselves to providing high quality, convenient care, for all patient needs, including non-coronavirus services.
The Allergy Clinic moved back to its original location on the second floor in our Acton office.
All patients must wear a mask. Social distancing signs have been added in the clinic to help patients select where to stand or wait.
Allergy Clinic Hours of Operation
Appointments: (978) 635-8907Â Â Â Â Â Â Clinic Fax: (978) 635-8923
|Days OpenÂ Â||Appointments Available During these Times|
|Tuesday||8:00 am to 11:30 am, and 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm|
|Wednesday||8:00 am to 11:30 am|
**NO WALK-INS, all patients must have an appointment**
Patients who suffer from environmental allergies, or have a generalized reaction to stinging insects, can be seen by Acton Medicalâ€™s in-house allergist, Dr. Edwin Knights without a referral.
To determine if testing for allergies is appropriate, or if immunotherapy is the right choice, patients must first meet with their doctor.If immunotherapy has been administered at another medical facility and patients want to transfer to Acton Medical, please call the allergy nurse at (978) 635-8907 to discuss the process.
For children who suffer from environmental or stinging insect allergies, testing is performed off-site and immunotherapy injections are administered at Acton Medical.
We do not perform skin tests for food or medication allergies.