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Make an Allergy and Immunology Appointment

We welcome new patients and referrals to our allergy and immunology specialists at Arkansas Children’s.

Locations

Arkansas Children's Hospital
Main Phone: 501-364-1100
Appointments: 501-364-4000
Fax: 501-364-4370
» Clinic Schedule

Arkansas Children's Northwest
Main Phone: 479-725-6800
Appointments: 479-725-6995
Fax: 479-725-6582

Jonesboro Clinic
Main Phone: 870-336-2175
Appointments: 501-364-4000
Fax: 870-336-2180

Arkansas Children's Hospital Clinic Schedule

Clinic Name

Clinic Location

Day

Asthma

Outpatient Clinic 1

M, T, Th

Acute Asthma

Outpatient Clinic 1

 Th

Asthma Telemedicine

Outpatient Clinic 1

Th

Allergy Food Challenge

Outpatient Clinic 1

M, T, Th

Allergy

Outpatient Clinic 2

M - F

Immunology

Outpatient Clinic 2

M - F

Eosinophilic esophagitis (EOE)

Outpatient Clinic 2

Th, F


How to Refer a Patient to Allergy and Immunology

Our team welcomes your referral to our practice and we look forward to helping you care for your patient. Bring any medical records that might be relevant, but don’t hesitate to call our office with any questions at 501-364-1060. The following documents and medical records will help direct your referral:

  • Seasonal Allergy Appointment Recommendations - Prior skin or blood testing for allergies and relevant hospital/emergency department/primary care visit documentation. Also, stop antihistamines and over-the-counter allergy medications 7 days prior to the visit, including Benadryl, Allegra, Claritin, Zyrtec or other allergy medications.
  • Asthma Appointment Recommendations - Prior skin or blood testing for allergies, relevant hospital/emergency department/primary care visit documentation, pulmonary function testing or chest x rays.  Also, stop antihistamines including Benadryl, Allegra, Claritin, Zyrtec and over-the-counter allergy medications 7 days prior to the visit.
  • Food Allergy/Anaphylaxis Appointment Recommendations - Prior skin or blood testing for allergies and relevant hospital/emergency department/primary care visit documentation. Stop all antihistamines such as Benadryl, Allegra, Claritin, Zyrtec and over-the-counter allergy medications 7 days prior to the visit.
  • Atopic Dermatitis Appointment Recommendations - Prior skin or blood testing for allergies and relevant hospital/emergency department/primary care visit documentation. Stop any antihistamines such as Benadryl, Allegra, Claritin, Zyrtec, over-the-counter allergy medications 7 days prior to the visit.
  • Vaccine/Drug Allergy Appointment Recommendations - Hospital/emergency department/primary care visit documentation. Initial visits for patients with these concerns will be an office consultation only. If deemed necessary, the patient may be scheduled for follow-up testing. For the follow-up testing component, stop antihistamines such as Benadryl, Allegra, Claritin, Zyrtec and over-the-counter allergy medications 7 days prior to the visit.
  • Insect Allergy Appointment Recommendations - Hospital/emergency department/primary care visit documentation, etc. Initial visits for patients with these concerns will be an office consultation only. If deemed necessary, the patient may be scheduled for follow-up testing. For the follow-up testing appointment, stop antihistamines including Benadryl, Allegra, Claritin, Zyrtec and over-the-counter allergy medications 7 days prior to the visit.
  • Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Disorders, Including Eosinophilic Esophagitis - Referrals for this disease must have undergone previous gastrointestinal endoscopy (scope) and have a diagnosis of eosinophilic gastrointestinal disease. Bring any medical records that might be relevant such as prior skin or blood testing for allergies, hospital/emergency department/primary care visit documentation or endoscopy reports.
  • Presumed Immune Deficiency/Frequently Sick Appointment Recommendations - Laboratory, pertinent work-up or hospital/emergency department/primary care visit documentation. If the referral is for recurrent or prolonged fever, please bring a fever diary recording the temperature, the date and time of day, where the temperature was taken (mouth, forehead, ear) and the child’s activity level/symptoms at the time the temperature was taken.