Referring Providers

Our board-certified allergists are here to help your patients manage their allergies and asthma.

As a trusted medical provider, your patients look to you to provide guidance on their paths to healthier lives. When you refer these patients to Asthma and Allergy Associates of Florida, they gain proven treatment options and you acquire a partner to help you provide the best care possible. Patients come to us because of the limitations placed on them due to their allergic or asthmatic conditions. It is our goal to remove these limitations, to the greatest possible extent, and to give patients their lives back.

How to Refer Patients to Asthma and Allergy Associates of Florida:

Asthma and Allergy Associates of Florida has more than 16 offices in the Miami area, to find an allergist near you and your patients, click the “Locations” button on this page. We look forward to partnering with you on the care of your patient and providing them with the same high level of care they have come to expect from you.

Fax Referral:

Dade: (305) 279-5899
Broward: (954) 452-4527
Palm Beach: (561) 362-8013

Phone Referral:

Dade : 305-595-0109
Broward : 954-452-9800
Palm Beach : 561-368-2915

Why should I refer a patient to Asthma and Allergy Associates of Florida?

As a medical provider, you want the best for your patients. Our board-certified of allergists Asthma and Allergy Associates of Florida accepts nearly all health insurance plans and networks in areas we serve. Certain plans may not cover all services or may have referral requirements.

We strive to make the immunotherapy process easy for our patients by offering more convenient hours, including a late night at many of our offices.

When you refer someone to Asthma and Allergy Associates of Florida, you gain a collaborative team. We act as your partners in  care for your patients. We keep you informed of your patient’s treatment plan and progress, so that you understand where their allergic and asthmatic conditions as part of their overall healthcare picture that you manage.

When should I refer a patient to Asthma and Allergy Associates of Florida?

One out of four patients primary care providers see have allergies, but obviously not all need to be referred for testing. A survey of allergy and asthma patients by the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology concluded about 50% of allergy/asthma patients self-identify as having moderate to severe symptoms. Individuals we are most able to help providers with in the management of their allergic and asthmatic conditions include:

  • year-round or severe seasonal rhinitis
  • chromic or recurrent sinusitis or otitis media
  • chronic or recurrent bronchitis
  • cough
  • asthmatics who are poorly controlled or are moderate to severe
  • atopic dermatitis
  • urticaria
  • drug or penicillin allergy
  • stinging insect allergy
  • patients with recurrent respiratory infections

All of these patients are candidates for an evaluation by our team of specialty trained allergists/immunologists.