Pediatric Allergy & Immunology Programs

The Division of Allergy and Immunology has developed specialized programs to treat certain conditions in the most comprehensive way possible. Browse our list of programs to learn more about the expert-led initiatives that can help treat your child.

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Allergic Rhinitis Program

Our experts provide thorough evaluation and comprehensive testing for allergic rhinitis, including education on avoiding common allergens and extensive treatment options.

Asthma Program

Lurie Children’s Asthma Program treats more kids with asthma than any other area hospital or medical center. Learn more about available treatment options.

Eczema Program

Our experts provide thorough evaluation and comprehensive treatment of your child’s eczema (atopic dermatitis).

Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Diseases Program​​

Lurie Children's Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Diseases (EGID) Program is devoted to the comprehensive care and research of pediatric EGID. Learn more.

Food Allergy Program

The experts at Lurie Children's Food Allergy Program provide evaluation services and comprehensive treatment for children with food allergies.

Food Allergy Support & Education (FASE) Program

Lurie Children's Food Allergy Support and Education Program educates and supports our patients and families affected by food protein-induced immune disorders.

High-Risk Asthma Program

The High-Risk Asthma Program at Lurie Children's takes a multidisciplinary approach to provide comprehensive care for patients with severe, hard to control asthma. Employing a patient-centered approach to care, the program aims to better control the severity of attacks, prevent asthma exacerbations and improve the quality of life for the patient...

Hives Program

Our experts provide thorough evaluation, comprehensive testing and extensive treatment options for hives (urticaria) and angioedema .

Oral Immunotherapy Program

Oral immunotherapy (OIT) “retrains” the immune system to be less reactive to allergenic foods by feeding a patient increasing doses of the allergen over time.