ACADEMY ALLERGY ASTHMA & SINUS

Schedule Your Flu Shot Today

We are happy to offer the Flu Mist vaccine to any patient between the ages of 2 to 49. Please call the office to schedule an appointment.

Covid-19 Office policy

As healthcare providers, we are following the science and the recommendations of the CDC. Per CDC guidelines, staff and patients are required to wear masks in all healthcare settings.

As a clinical immunologist, I would urge all of our patients to get a COVID-19 vaccine unless contraindicated per CDC guidelines. The health and safety of my patients and staff will always be my priority.

Sincerely, David L. Patterson MD

New Patients

Welcome to Academy Allergy. We are committed to providing every patient with the highest quality of medical care by emphasizing excellence in all aspects of patient management.

Dr. David Patterson and his staff offer the professional medical care patients need and the personal attention they deserve. Dr. Patterson specializes in the comprehensive care of adults and children suffering from allergies, asthma, urticaria, bronchitis, sinusitis and other respiratory problems.  Dr Patterson is also an immunologist and treats patients with immune deficiency.

Pediatric and Adult Allergy Testing

Allergy testing is a painless and convenient way to determine what you are allergic to.  Allergy testing is available for indoor, outdoor, food or drug allergies.  Allergies can cause sneezing, congestion, runny nose and itching.  Once the allergy is determined, an appropriate treatment can be started.

Patient Portal:  https://portal.academyallergy.com

Sign up to have access to all your medical records, send secure messages to our staff and view appointments. Call our office, 317-621-2455, to request an account. 

Your login for the Patient Portal and Patient App is LastnameFirstname

Patient App formatted for phones & tablets.

Allergy Shot Policy

Patients will need to schedule an allergy shot appointment. Shot patients are reminded to take an antihistamine at least 2 hours before getting their injection and to carry an epinephrine injector with them. If a patient experiences an allergic reaction after leaving our office, they should use their epinephrine and then go to the nearest emergency department to be treated. We recommend you wait in your car and use the St Vincent Neighborhood Hospital across the street from the office on 146th Street if you have a reaction.

Screening Questions: If the answer is "yes" to either question, please stay home and self-quarantine for 14 days. 1. Have you or anyone in your household been in close contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case in the last 14 days? 2. Have you or anyone in your household had any fever, respiratory symptoms or illness in the last 14 days?

1. Patients must call to schedule an allery shot. No walk in appointments will be allowed.

2. All shot patients should have a credit card on file to pay for injections.

3. Only the shot patient and parent may come into the office.

4. Anyone entering our office needs to wear a surgical mask per CDC guidelines.

5. The shot nurse will not answer any general patient questions. Call the office before or after your allergy shot appointment if you need to talk to the triage nurse.

 Good Faith Estimates

Since 2008 our office has provided good faith estimates to our patients.  We feel strongly that you should know the cost prior to any service being performed.  Our estimates are based on the information we obtained from your insurance company so we encourage you to verify the information we have been given.  Insurance will not guarantee that they will honor the benefits quoted so it is important to always ask for a reference number for your call.   

 

 

 

 

   

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About Dr. Patterson

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Dr. Patterson

Indy Top Doc

Recognized for being outstanding in his field, Dr. Patterson has been named one of Indy's Top Docs every year in Indianapolis Monthly.