These are stressful times. If you would like to contact a social worker, psychologist or child life specialist for information on community referrals or coping resources, you can call 312.227.4118 and leave a message. Your call will be returned within 24 hours, Monday through Friday. Non-urgent questions only. For emergencies, call 911.
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To help adapt to the changing needs of our community, the Division of Allergy & Immunology now offers Telemedicine visits. You can see our knowledgeable providers from the comfort of your home. Currently, there is no wait time to schedule a visit with an allergist; all of our providers have appointments available. Our Telemedicine platform is secure and HIPAA compliant.
During your Telemedicine visit, we are able to:
Evaluate your child for most concerns (asthma/breathing issues, environmental allergies, food allergies, medication reactions, and skin problems such as eczema or hives).
Provide you with a care plan customized for your child.
Discuss ways we can test for allergies if testing is needed.
For example, we can order allergy blood tests. Our providers will talk to you about the options during your video visit and help you be prepared when we meet in the office in the future.
If your child needs skin testing, an appointment to see us in clinic will be easier and faster to obtain since your child will be an established patient.
The advice you receive can help improve your child's symptoms and health immediately. Call 312.227.6010 with questions or to schedule your Telemedicine video visit.