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To ensure we could care for all our patients as soon as possible, we have been preparing to safely welcome you back for the routine and preventive in-person services you need to stay healthy. Here are some of the steps we are taking to protect our patients.

More than 50 million people in the United States suffer from allergies, asthma and related conditions. An allergy is an adverse reaction, caused by a patient’s own immune system, to a substance that would generally be considered harmless. If symptoms occur in the nose or sinuses, this is called allergic rhinitis or hay fever. Symptoms in the lungs or bronchial tubes are called asthma. Skin symptoms are referred to as hives or urticaria.

Lahey’s Department of Allergy and Immunology specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of these conditions. Patients are evaluated through detailed histories, physical examinations and, if applicable, breathing and allergy skin tests. Treatment options for allergic conditions include avoidance of allergens, medications to reduce symptoms and, in some cases, allergy injections that can be helpful in controlling the underlying illness rather than just controlling symptoms.

Our physicians, nurses and other health care providers are experts in the testing and treatment of both children and adults. Our certified asthma educators continue to raise the bar in patient care, keeping you informed about treatment options and empowering you when it comes to managing your condition.

We invite you to explore our site and learn more about allergies, our services and treatment options.

What’s New?

  • We’ve Moved! Visit us at our newly renovated clinic at 31 Mall Road (Burlington, Mass.), first floor, where the same physicians and nurses are now attending to patients. The department’s new location offers wheelchair accessibility and is close to the main medical center building for the convenience of patients who have additional appointments on the day of their visit to Allergy and Immunology. In addition, please note that the department’s phone and fax numbers will remain the same:
    Phone: 781-744-8442
    Fax: 781-744-3442
  • Anti-IgE antibody therapy for selected individuals with severe asthma has been shown to be highly successful. Ask your doctor for more information, or visit the Web site of the American Academy of Asthma, Allergy and Immunology.