It is extremely important and necessary that you bring, fax, or mail all of your doctors’ records — including office notes, x-rays/radiology reports/scans, and especially labs — to your first appointment. Before your appointment, please download and bring your new patient form, and have your doctor’s office send all relevant medical records.Download New Patient Form
Patient Education Resources
Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases (PIDDs)
The Immune Deficiency Foundation improves the diagnosis, treatment, and quality of life of people affected by primary immunodeficiency through fostering a community empowered by advocacy, education, and research. There are approximately 250,000 people who are diagnosed with PI in the US, and thousands more go undetected. IDF helps individuals overcome difficulties associated with their condition.
The Jeffrey Modell Foundation is a global patient organization devoted to early and precise diagnoses, meaningful treatments, and ultimately, cures — through clinical and basic research, physician education, patient support, advocacy, public awareness, and newborn screening. JMF has organized more than fifty scientific symposia, including global meetings, in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO).
Hereditary Angioedema (HAE)
The US HAEA provides the HAE community with a personalized support network and a wide range of services to help them lead a normal life. Their mission is to lead a nationwide advocacy movement that focuses on increasing HAE awareness and education, empowering patient access to suitable treatment, and fostering groundbreaking research that includes searching for a cure.
The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) is a professional organization with more than 7,000 members in the United States, Canada, and 72 other countries. This membership includes allergist/immunologists, other medical specialists, and allied health and related healthcare professionals — all with a special interest in the research and treatment of allergic and immunologic diseases.
The International Nursing Group for Immunodeficiencies (INGID) was formed in 1994 by nurses who were working with children and adults diagnosed with primary immunodeficiency disorders. INGID is run by members, for members. It is managed by a Board of experienced nurses in immunology who are volunteers and who are elected at the INGID conference that is held every two years in a different country.