In order to protect our patients,visitors and staff from the spread of COVID-19, we are enacting an updated policy for the Allergy Affiliates beginning March 23, 2020 and continuing until further notice.
WEST OFFICE- SHOT HOURS- Tuesday (1-5 PM) and Thursday- (8AM-12PM).
EAST OFFICE- SHOT HOURS- Monday (1-5 PM) and Wednesday (8AM-12PM).
Patient can come for shots during above slots without making appointment.
Once patient is outside in parking lot,patient will call our office 941-792-4151 to let the nurse that he/she is outside.
Patient will be given shot by our nurse at the door and patient will be requested to wait in the car for 30 minutes.
Patient to call our office again after 30 minutes to let us know if there is any local reaction. At this time they can make their payment by credit card.
If any reaction symptoms are experienced before the 30 minutes wait time has ended, please call our clinic right away and walk to the door and we will treat you in the office safely. Dr. Sabharwal will always be on site during the SHOT hours.
Please be patient with us during this time and you might have to wait little longer than usual so we can keep you safe.
New Patients and Follow up Patients
We are moving new patient and follow up patient appointments to Telehealth.
Patients will be given access to patient portal and will login through their portal for the telehealth visit at the time they are scheduled.
Patients who are deemed necessary to be seen in office will be seen when appropriate by Dr. Sabharwal.
Telehealth appointments will be available Monday-Friday.
Phone lines will continue to remain open for refill requests, lab question or messages as usual.
As always, we request that patients who are ill with cough, fever, have history of recent travel or had contact with someone with COVID do not come to clinic for allergy shots.
We know these times can be stressful and scary. We encourage you when speaking with our staff and others around you that you try to remain calm and civil. We are working to provide you with great, compassionate care.