Initial Visit

What to Expect On Your First Visit

What to bring with you:

  • Patient paperwork. (You can find new patient paperwork below. Please print the New Patient Questionnaire and Face Sheet. If you can’t download the forms, please come to our office at least 15 minutes prior to office visit.)
  • Insurance card/cards
  • List of medications including dosage and times.
  • Pharmacy: Street Address and phone number.
  • Testing:

    Testing is done on your back. Please no one piece clothing. Patients scheduled for allergy testing must stop taking certain medications prior to their visit, (all antihistamines) examples are listed below. If you are unclear regarding a certain medication, either ask your pharmacist or contact our office. Examples include:

    Stop 5 Days Prior to Testing:

  • Allegra, Zyrtec, Claritin, Benadryl, over-the-counter allergy, cough and cold, or sinus medications (eg. Tylenol Cold and Sinus).
  • Some prescription and over-the-counter heartburn medicines (eg. Zantac, Pepcid)
  • Some prescription sleep-aids or antidepressants (eg. Elavil, nortriptyline)
  • Do NOT stop taking any asthma inhalers (eg. Advair, albuterol) prior to your visit unless instructed by your physician.
  • Continue taking other routine medications, such as those for high blood pressure, diabetes, etc.
  • Please bring a complete list of ALL current medications you take on a regular or “as-needed” basis. Also bring your pharmacy information (name and address) to your appointment, as we routinely send prescriptions electronically. Keep in mind that your initial visit will take 2-3 hours. During the testing procedure, we will be using a marking pen on your back and arms. This may cause your shirt to become stained.
  • New Patient Forms

    For your convenience, please print and complete the following forms prior to your arrival at our office. Please note that these are PDF files.
    For our patient Questionnaire click below.
    New Patient Questionnaire 2016
    For the Patient Face Sheet click below.
    New facesheet for child and adult
    For a list of medication to stop prior to your office visit please click below.
    Medication list