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Bill Pay & Patient Portal

Please visit your local clinic's location page to explore available resources, bill pay options, and see if they are utilizing a patient portal at this time.

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Insurance Information

We accept a comprehensive list of insurance providers and are available to assist with financial counseling and insurance verification prior to your visit.

Insurance We Accept By State
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Patient Forms

Contact your local clinic to see which forms are needed for your visit and complete your forms prior to your appointment to save time.

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Resources, such as online scheduling, vary by clinic location.

Please visit the location nearest you to see what’s currently available in your area.

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What To Expect

All new patients will meet with one of our providers for an initial consultation and evaluation to find out what tests and treatments are best for them. Along with a thorough medical history and physical exam, we will discuss with you the most appropriate testing and treatment options available for your specific condition. Whenever possible, common allergy testing is arranged on the same day as the initial appointment to prevent an extra unnecessary trip to the office. Some procedures, tests, and treatments may require additional visits. Before any additional tests are performed, our staff will talk to you about what will be done and how much it will cost. You will have time to think about all of your options before moving forward.

Learn About What To Expect

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Learn more about AllerVie Health, what to expect as a new patient, and our various policies and procedures by visiting our Frequently Asked Questions page for a complete list of our FAQs.

How To Prepare for Your Appointment?

What Is Financial Counseling and What Is My Financial Responsibility for Services?

How Do You Handle Billing Inquiries, Overdue Accounts, or Claims & Refunds?

How Do I Receive a Copy of My Medical Records?

Pollen Count

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Why Is Pollen Count Important?

The pollen count measures how much pollen is in the air, but it doesn’t have anything to do with a person’s symptoms or how bad they might be. A “low” pollen count doesn’t always mean that there aren’t many symptoms, and a “high” pollen count doesn’t always mean that there are a lot of health problems. When there are a lot of pollen grains in the air, people should usually take more care.

We know your local pollen count is important to you!
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