Allergy & Immunology
As Alabama's only all-pediatric Allergy/Immunology group, we are focused on providing comprehensive specialty care to your child. Our skilled staff members include certified respiratory therapists, nurses, physicians and nurse practitioners that are here to listen and help your child feel comfortable. It is our goal is to provide quality, family-centered allergy and immunology care to the children of Alabama.
Our division focuses on evidence-based practices in a state of the art facility.
Our clinic is located in Children's Park Place with free parking.
Appointments Scheduling: 205-638-6993
1600 7th Avenue
CPP N M20
Birmingham, AL 35233
Kim Jerkins, Administrative Supervisor
Conditions We Treat:
- Allergic rhinitis (hayfever)
- Allergic conjunctivitis (red eyes)
- Hives (urticaria)
- Swelling (angioedema)
- Hereditary Angioedema
- Food allergy
- Primary Immune Deficiencies
- Stinging insect (venom) allergy
- Drug allergy
- Food-protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES)
- Oral Allergy Syndrome (OAS)
- Eosinophilic Disorders (EoE)
Services and Treatments:
- Skin Testing
- Blood Allergy Testing
- Oral Food Challenges
- Medication Challenges
- Pulmonary Function Testing
Patient Information/What to Expect
Scheduling a First Appointment
A physician's referral is required to see a pediatric Allergist/Immunologist at Children's of Alabama or UAB. The referring physician can be your family doctor or another specialist.
What to Bring, Or Have Sent, Prior to Your First Visit
Once you have been given an appointment to come to one of our clinics, it will be our pleasure to provide you with the best consultation possible. However, in order for us to do this, we must have all pertinent information about your medical history. In general, the following items are of extreme importance in our ability to render an opinion about your case:
- Hospitalization records pertinent to the condition that brings you for consultation.
- Reports of tests performed in relation to the condition that brings you for consultation.
- Films (x-ray pictures) of all tests performed in relationship to your condition, including CAT scans, MRI scans, angiograms, EKG, EEG, and ultrasounds.
- Your referring physician's outpatient medical records.
What to Expect
As a reminder, our front-desk staff will be verifying our record information and may ask to see your insurance card. If your insurance requires a physician referral and/or precertification, the front-desk clerk will need this information. You must be able to provide it at the time of your appointment. If there is not a current referral and/or precertification, you will be responsible for your bill. You can confirm with your referring physician or your insurance company that appropriate referrals have been completed. Co-payments will be collected at our checkout desk.
We hope to provide you with the best specialty outpatient services possible, and we hope that this information helps facilitate such care. We look forward to seeing you in clinic. If you have any questions, please call your referring physician.