What Makes the ACH Allergy Clinic Different
The goals of the Allergy and Immunology Division goals are to provide state-of-the-art clinical care to children; offer comprehensive educational opportunities to patients, their families, and physicians; and conduct cutting-edge research related to allergic and immunologic diseases.
The Allergy and Immunology Division employs a team approach to provide full service inpatient and outpatient care to children with allergic disease and immunodeficiency disorders. These sub-specialists provide comprehensive evaluation and treatment for conditions such as asthma, food and drug allergies, atopic dermatitis, allergic rhinitis, insect sting allergies, and immunodeficiency disorders. The medical professionals work in partnership with local and regional physicians to manage these diseases by offering prompt feedback and open partnerships.
Basic, clinical and applied health research programs within the Allergy and Immunology Division focus on three broad areas including asthma and respiratory disease, food allergy, and primary immunodeficiency disorders. Tobacco Settlement Funds are being used to expand research of respiratory disease in the newly established Lung Cell Biology Laboratory with the primary goal to advance therapy for asthma and other respiratory conditions by understanding the cellular and molecular processes of disease.