Jacksonville Allergy Center, P.A.
Board certified Allergist, doctor specialist in Allergy, Asthma and Immunology
ADULT AND PEDIATRIC
The office of Jesse P. McRae, M.D.
Board certified allergist, immunologist and asthma specialist treating both adults and children. With offices in Jacksonville and Orange Park, FL since 1991 we treat patients with allergic rhinitis (hay fever), sinus conditions, asthma, food allergies, insect sting allergies, recurrent infections and immune deficiencies.
On our Twitter Page find links to educational allergy, asthma and immunology articles. I will also tweet links for informational "handouts" that I have reviewed and determined to be scientifically sound.
THE OFFICE TODAY
Tuesday, 10/5/15 - Regular office hours at the Jacksonville office at 1727 Blanding Blvd. Elise and Jennie will be giving allergy shots today from 7:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.
NOTE: OUR OFFICE EMAIL-ADDRESS HAS CHANGED. PLEASE ADDRESS ANY PATIENT-RELATED E-MAIL TO:
HOW WE USE E-MAIL
E-mail is only for non-urgent communication. If the information you send needs to be brought to our attention immediately you must call the office at 904-384-3711 to inform us of it.
Be advised that we wil only use e-mail to receive information patients wish to send. We do not reply or send any specific patient communication this way due to federal HIPAA restrictions since we are unable to ascertain the identity of person(s) recieving the communication.
WHEN YOU COME FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT PLEASE BRING A WRITTEN COPY OF ALL YOUR MEDICATIONS AND ANY RECENT LABWORK.
ALLERGY SHOT PATIENTS: ALWAYS NOTIFY NURSE OF ANY MEDICATION CHANGES BEFORE RECEIVING YOUR ALLERGY SHOT, INCLUDING EYE DROPS.
We have patients with asthma, airborne allergies and other lung conditions. Therefore we must insist that you do not wear any perfumes or colognes when you come into our office. Also, we have patients with severe food allergies and therefore NO FOOD IS ALLOWED INSIDE THE OFFICE.
If your appointment is for skin testing remember that you must be off antihistamines for 2 weeks and must not be taking any beta blocker medications (propranolol, inderal, metoprolol).