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Does Every Spring Really Bring the Worst Pollen Season Ever?

Allergy sufferers just want tools to deal with symptoms  Peoria IL  – It’s deja vu all over again as you turn on the evening news and hear, “It’s the worst pollen season ever!” You think, “Haven’t I heard this before?” But what you really want to know is how the pollen season will affect your … Continue reading Does Every Spring Reall

5 Things to do to feel better during spring allergy season

These simple tips can ease your allergy and asthma symptoms   Nobody said spring allergies would be fun, but you never thought it would be this bad. What if you had some simple ways to avoid the sneezing, wheezing, itchy eyes and runny nose that come in the spring?   “People think they’re doing everything … Continue reading 5 Things to do to feel

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Perry Memorial Hospital 530 Park Avenue East, Suite 409 Princeton, Illinois

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Macomb Office

Medical Arts Building 527 E. Grant Street Macomb, Illinois
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Pekin Office

2355 Broadway Pekin, Illinois
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OSF Medical Group Building
(across from Parkview Golf Course)

Current Office Policy in light of Covid-19 Precautions

Now offering Telemedicine Appointments for Routine Follow ups.  Please call 309-691-5200

  • If you have a fever or other flu-like symptoms, call your PCP. We are unable to provide the necessary testing and treatment.
  • Only healthy patients are asked to come for their routine appointments
  • Routine allergy follow-up appointments can be seen or rescheduled at patient preference.
  • Asthma appointments should still be kept.
  • We are allowing allergy shot patients to wait in their cars (if they prefer) after injections as long as they have their Epipen or AuviQ and wait 30 minutes.

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