Irwin Army Community Hospital Fort Riley, Kansas The "Big Red One" Hospital

Allergy & Immunization

 

Upon arriving to the clinic please check in with the front desk before receiving your injection.

 

Due to Allergy/Immunology clinic changes there may be short delays for Allergy injections.

 

Patients receiving an allergy injection are advice not to leave the clinic area for 30 minutes. This also applies to parents of children who are under 18 years of age who have received an injection. Parents cannot leave their children unattended, in case of a possible emergent treatment requiring parental permission.

 

Patients with asthma need to make a follow-up appointment with their provider every six (6) months.

 

Non-asthma patients should schedule an appointment at least annually, or as needed.

 

Services Provided

 

  • Skin testing: aeroallergens, venoms, foods, and penicillin
  • Allergen immunotherapy
  • Insect venom immunotherapy
  • Intravenous or subcutaneous immunoglobulin therapy
  • Omalizumab for asthma and chronic urticaria
  • Aspirin desensitization
  • Patch testing
  • Spirometry
  • Exhaled nitric oxide testing
  • Food and medication challenges
  • Immunizations (all patients empanelled to a IACH Primary Care clinic receive immunizations at their assigned medical home; active duty receive immunizations through their Soldier Centered Medical Home)

Location:

1st Floor, Primary Care Medical Homes

650 Huebner Road, Fort Riley

 

Monday & Thursday: 7:30 am - 3 pm

Tuesday: 6:30 am - 4 pm

Wednesday: 6:30 am - 4 pm

Friday: 6:30 am - 11:30 am

Closed for lunch 12 noon - 12:45 pm

Monday - Thursday: 9 - 11 am & 1 - 3 pm

Friday: 9 - 11 am

 

 

Irwin Army Community Hospital Fort Riley, Kansas The "Big Red One" Hospital
Irwin Army Community Hospital

Allergy & Immunization

 

Tuesday: 6:30 am - 4 pm

Wednesday: 6:30 am - 4 pm

Friday: 6:30 am - 11:30 am

Closed for lunch 12 noon - 12:45 pm

Friday: 9 - 11 am

 

Upon arriving to the clinic please check in with the front desk before receiving your injection. Due to Allergy/Immunology clinic changes there may be short delays for Allergy injections.

 

Patients receiving an allergy injection are advice not to leave the clinic area for 30 minutes. This also applies to parents of children who are under 18 years of age who have received an injection. Parents cannot leave their children unattended, in case of a possible emergent treatment requiring parental permission.

 

Patients with asthma need to make a follow-up appointment with their provider every six (6) months.

 

Non-asthma patients should schedule an appointment at least annually, or as needed.

 

Services Provided

  • Skin testing: aeroallergens, venoms, foods, and penicillin
  • Allergen immunotherapy
  • Insect venom immunotherapy
  • Intravenous or subcutaneous immunoglobulin therapy
  • Omalizumab for asthma and chronic urticaria
  • Aspirin desensitization
  • Patch testing
  • Spirometry
  • Exhaled nitric oxide testing
  • Food and medication challenges
  • Immunizations

 

All patients empaneled to a IACH Primary Care clinic receive immunizations at their assigned medical home; active duty receive immunizations through their Soldier Centered Medical Home)