To Our Patient Patients

We are continuing to provide allergy shots and office visits during this peak allergy season. In an effort to help you maintain good health, we are minimizing the use of our waiting room. If you normally wait in the waiting room for 20 minutes following your shot, you may wait in your car instead, but do not leave the parking lot. We will return to normal operations ASAP.

Feel free to wear your own mask, we also have them at our front desk if you would like while supplies last. If you prefer to check-in by phone and wait in your car or need to call us regarding anything else, our phone number is 757.873.0338. As always, if you show signs of illness or fever, you should skip your allergy shot.

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