Breathe Easy

Central Mass Allergy

Central Mass Allergy & Asthma Care physicians specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of allergies, asthma and related conditions.

Our experienced physicians are committed to providing the highest quality allergy and asthma care for children and adults.  
Our doctors are board certified by the American Board of Allergy & Clinical Immunology as well as the American Board of Internal Medicine which means our patients receive the best standard of care possible in their specialty.
Our well-trained staff members look forward to offering their careful attention to you and your family with a smile. Our Worcester location is easily accessible with free, validated parking.
Give us a call or talk with your primary care physician to find out if you could benefit from our services. We want you to breathe easier!

Announcements

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY DUE TO CORONA VIRUS 

Office Hours:  Monday – Thursday 8:30AM to 5:00PM.  (Telehealth visits are available during office hours)

Allergy Shot Hours: Monday – Thursday 8:30AM to 4:15PM

PROCEDURE FOR ALLERGY SHOT PATIENTS:

When you arrive please call our office to alert us that you have arrived (508) 757-3727

You will be screened for illness, cough, fever, travel, and recent presence in hospital, ER, urgent care center. Also for exposure to persons who have, had, or may have a COVID illness.

You will be instructed when to gain entry to the office for your shot. You must come in individually unless it is necessary to be accompanied by one guardian in the case of patients below 18 yo of age or  disabled. Guardians of older children (18 an older) may wait in their motor vehicles (preferred).

After your shot you will be directed to the waiting room for the usual waiting time adhering to the social distancing of 6-10 feet between all individuals.

You WILL NOT be brought in for your shot unless there is proper space in the waiting room to adhere to social distancing as required. In this instance you will need to be informed of the wait and may consider coming back at another time. 

 

 

OFFICE APPOINTMENT INFORMATION:

^ Please call our office to confirm your appointment.

^ Upon your arrival to our parking lot please call us at (508) 757-3727 for waiting instructions. If the line is busy you may knock on the door for assistance. We will be asking you to wait in your vehicle instead of the waiting room. Once you alert us that you are in the parking lot we will call you when it is time to come in for your appointment.

^  Follow up appointments will be conducted via telemedicine except for certain circumstances. We will call you to evaluate what type of follow up visit suits your needs best. We ask that you call us at your scheduled appointment time and the front end will notify your provider who will then call you for your appointment. You may recieve a call from a blocked or private telephone number. Thank you for your understanding during these uncertain times.

 

^ At this point we will continue to see new consultations and Allergy test patients although we ask you to call upon arrival and we will call you inside from your car when we can accommodate you for your appointment.

 

^ Unfortunately we are not equipped to handle acute illnesses with fever and respiratory complaints other than asthma as urgent visits at this time. If you have an urgent need to be seen please call your Primary Care Physician, Urgent Care or Emergency Department. If you need to be seen and do not have a fever or acute cough please call our office and we will evaluate you for an appointment.

Corona Virus Information

We ask that you  follow these precautions to help reduce the transmission of Covid 19 (Corona virus)

> We ask that you reschedule your office appointment and or Allergy shots if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms for the near future.

> Cough

> Elevated body temperature over 100 degrees Fahrenheit

> If you feel ill. If you feel ill even mildly please call our office prior to coming in person.

> If you experience symptoms such as these please contact your primary care provider.

> The CDC currently recommends a 14 day self quarantine period if you have been in contact with others that have been in contact with an exposed individual.

>Please see the Official CDC website for detailed information. www.mass.gov/2019coronavirus

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>We will work with you to reschedule your appointments as soon as is feasible.

>If you must miss allergy shots we will help you to resume and get back on track.

> If you feel more comfortable wearing a mask at the time of your visit you may do so.

> We are not equipped to treat acute illnesses such as the Corona virus (Covid-19)

> Please see your Primary Care Physician for treatment of This type of illness.

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                                           GENERAL PRECAUTIONS:

> Practice proper hand washing. 20 seconds with warm water and soap.

> Cough into your elbow and then wash your hands.

>Do not touch your face or put your fingers in your mouth.

> Clean and disinfect surfaces around your home often.

>Please see the Official CDC website for detailed information. www.mass.gov/2019coronavirus

We are committed to providing continued care for our current patients and will accommodate all new patients as expediently and safely as we can to ensure the best possible health care for our community.

> Please check back for further updates.

Thank you.

Mission Statement

“We at Central Mass Allergy and Asthma Care are committed to providing expert medical care to patients of all ages seeking diagnosis and treatment of allergic and asthmatic conditions. Our goal is to meet or exceed the expectations of our patients by using the knowledge and experience of our well-trained allergists supported by a skilled, pleasant and compassionate staff.”

Our Providers

Allergy care is our specialty!

Reasons To See An Allergist

  1. Allergy symptoms, chronic or seasonal
  2. Asthma–chronic or recurrent
  3. Bee venom allergy
  4. Food allergy
  5. Hives  or swelling
  6. Click on link for more…

 

Pollen Count

Pollen Count.

March 16, 2020

Trees: 34 (Moderate)

Grasses: 0 (Low)

Weeds: 0 (Low)

Molds: 0 (Low)

Predominant Allergens: (Poplar 60%, Willow 20%, Cedar 20%.)

How to Reach Us

We look forward to seeing you and your family member again! Please update us with changes in your mailing address, phone number, email address, primary care physician, health insurance and any medication changes.
  • 100 MLK, Jr. Blvd 2nd floor.
    Worcester, MA 01608-1209
    Across from St. Vincent Hospital
    Free validated parking for patients

  • GENERAL BUSINESS AND INJECTION HOURS
    Mon 8:00-6:00 PM
    Tues 8:00-6:00 PM
    Wed 8:00-6:00 PM
    Thur 8:00-6:00 PM
    Fri CLOSED

    (last shot given at 5:30PM each day)

  • Telephone (508) 757-1589
    Fax (508) 756-5633