- Allergy Immunotherapy Referral Form
- A copy of your signed Informed Consent for Administration of Immunotherapy (the informed consent is specific to each allergy office and was signed by the parent/student when the decision was made to proceed with allergy shots)
3. The nurse will review all required forms and orders to ensure that your allergy shots are administered correctly. Once we have reviewed your paperwork, then you’ll receive a call and/or secure message to schedule your first appointment.
If you have any further questions, send an email to: email@example.com.
The Allergy Clinic at University Health Center administers allergy shots to eligible patients who have been established with an allergist, and are currently receiving immunotherapy (allergy shots). Injections are administered by a registered nurse who monitors the response, and provides education about signs, symptoms, side effects, and potential reactions. No allergy testing is done in the Allergy Clinic at UHC.
The Allergy Clinic is open Monday - Friday 8:00am - 12:00pm and 1:00pm - 5:00pm and can be reached by phone at 706-542-5575, by fax at 706-583-8255, and by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
No, you’ll need to make an appointment with an outside clinic that specializes in allergies and treatment. There are local clinics in Athens, and many in the metro Atlanta area.
No, the Allergy Clinic only sees those that are currently receiving allergy shots. However, you can make an appointment to be seen in your primary medical clinic.
The registered nurses in the clinic administer the allergy shots, provide education, and monitor for potential reactions.
Runny nose, post nasal drip, itchy/watery eyes, headache, sneezing, congestion, and coughing are the most commonly associated symptoms.
Yes. You will need to sign the allergy extract order form, as well as any other forms required by your allergist each time a new vial is ordered.
No. Allergy shots require an appointment so that the nurse can spend adequate time in reviewing your chart and orders. This helps to ensure that your immunotherapy is administered correctly.
Appointments in the Allergy Clinic can be cancelled online; however, you will need to call 706 542-5575 to make an appointment.
30 minutes is the mandatory wait time.
University Health Center Allergy Clinic University of Georgia
55 Carlton Street Athens, GA 30602-1755
We recommend having your vials shipped overnight to arrive at University Health Center. Regular mail passes through multiple locations on campus before arriving at our building.
Yes. The clinic is open throughout the summer.
Yes, students are given an eligibility extension. However, this extension is limited to one semester after graduation.
Graduate in May = eligible through Summer semester
Graduate in August = eligible through Fall semester
Graduate in December = eligible through Spring semester
The student can register with the UGA Disability Resource Center and will need to schedule an appointment with the UGA Dining Services Registered Dietitian at 706-424-6773. The Registered Dietitian will give them a tour of the UGA dining commons, provide them with food allergen information for UGA dining commons menus, explain areas of potential cross-contact in the dining commons, and arrange chef-accommodations as needed. Nutrition, food allergen, and ingredient information is available online on the “Build Your Plate” portion of the UGA Dining Services website: dining.uga.edu/locations/build-your-plate. Bolton Dining Commons’ Special Selections line serves food free of gluten and the “top 8” food allergens (milk, egg, wheat, soy, fish, shellfish, peanuts, and tree nuts). Oglethorpe Dining Commons does not serve peanuts or tree nuts on their menu or in their facility.