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100 Bradford Road, Suite 410, Wexford, PA 15090 • Phone: 724-719-2441

Effective June 17, 2020, we have new information about allergy shots and other injections. Please click on the "Shot Hours" tab below to learn more. Effective Monday, March 23, 2020, our office is temporarily closed to patients due to the coronavirus outbreak. Thank you for your understanding. We are still available for phone calls and also are now accepting appointments for televisits.

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Wexford Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, LLC

Office Policies

Prescription Refills

Please allow 48 business hours for prescription refills to be processed. Be sure to spell your first and last name and state your date of birth. Please specify the local or mail order pharmacy where the prescription should go, as well as whether you will need a 30- or 90-day supply of the medication. Please note that you must have been seen by one of our physicians within the past year for us to be able to fill any prescriptions.

Immunotherapy Injections

Allergy shots for environmental allergens (dust mites, molds, pollens, and pet dander) are given during regular office hours on a walk-in, first-come, first-served basis. While we will do our best to keep your wait time short, unforeseen emergencies may prolong your visit. Please call our office in advance to ensure we are here and available to give shots, particularly in inclement weather.

Allergy shots for venom (bee sting allergy) must be scheduled in advance as a nurse's visit. Only one venom allergy patient can be scheduled per 30-minute slot. Patients arriving late for their time slot may need to be rescheduled to avoid delaying the next scheduled patient's injection(s).

All patients are required to remain in our waiting room for a 30-minute observation period following every injection. Patients who do not comply with this policy may have their immunotherapy discontinued.

Xolair Injections

Xolair injections must be scheduled as a nurse's visit. In addition, patients scheduled to receive an injection are required to call the morning of their appointment to confirm. The medication will not be mixed and prepared without a confirmation call.

Patients are required to remain in our waiting room for a 1-hour observation period following the first injection, and for 30 minutes following all subsequent injections. Patients who do not comply with this policy may have their injections discontinued. Patients are required to carry their autoinjectable epinephrine with them to their appointment and for 24 hours following their injection. Patients arriving for a Xolair injection without their epinephrine on hand will not be able to receive their injection and will be asked to reschedule their appointment.