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COVID-19 Message Center

We are committed to keeping you informed. Please check this section before every visit and we ask each patient to follow all guidelines as closely as possible. We look forward to serving you and your family.

You have our commitment and assurance that we will answer all your questions and do everything we can to help you feel comfortable and continue to keep you safe when coming into our practice.

To this end, these are the changes we have adopted, following guidance and best practices from CDC, the AAP, Children’s Mercy, ACAAI, and AAAAI:

  • Screening questionnaires, temperature check, and pulse ox check prior to entry into the clinic
  • Removal of toys, books, and cloth furniture in the waiting room
  • Waiting room chairs are wiped down after each use
  • Restrictions for parent/caregiver visitors who accompany children
  • All adults and children over 2 years of age are required to wear a face covering
  • Minimizing waiting time in the waiting room
  • Allergy shot patients do their 30 minute wait in clean exam rooms
  • All staff are screened with temperature/pulse ox checks at the beginning of their shift and encouraged to stay home if they have any symptoms
  • All staff wear masks in the clinic
  1. Have you been in close contact with anyone who is suspected or known to have COVID-19?
  2. Have you traveled in the last 14 days?
  3. Do you work in healthcare?
  4. Have you attended a gathering of 15 or more non-household members in the last 14 days?
  5. Are you having any symptoms of new onset of coughing, shortness of breath, loss of sense of taste or smell, difficulty breathing, sore throat, headache, shaking chills, fever, or muscle pains?


  • New allergy shot patients will be allowed to start
  • We will resume building allergy shot doses
  • Patients may return for weekly injections if needed
  • After your arrival
    • The front staff will pull your chart and have your ETA on the front
    • A nurse will then call you back within 5-10 minutes to review the screening questionnaire prior to your arrival.  If screening is negative the dose will be pulled up and ready for you prior to arrival.  If the screening is positive, a physician will review it and the nurse will call you back if you are able to come in for your shot
    • When arriving for your shot, the nurse out front will check your temperature and oxygen level and notify a clinic nurse of your arrival.
    • You will then proceed into the clinic and immediately receive your shot (bypassing the lobby and front desk) and while the majority of our patient visits are telemedicine, you will be placed in a sanitized exam room for your 30 minute wait.  As we transition to seeing more patients in the office, the waiting room will be used for overflow but only to a number that social distancing can be maintained

All patients (2 years and older) coming into the office will be required to wear a facial covering of some kind.

We do NOT recommend stockpiling Albuterol inhalers or prednisone since that will lead to a shortage (think toilet paper).  If you have non-expired medications you do NOT need to call for a prescription for extra.

If there are questions about canceling travel, please refer to this article.

We are Here for You

Hello from Allergy & Asthma Care, P.A.

We hope that this note finds you and your family safe and healthy.  We want to thank you for being flexible and understanding as we adjust our office procedures to keep patients and families as safe as possible during this unprecedented pandemic.

As we begin to adjust to a new normal, we’re here to partner with you.  We know many may be anxious about going out in public, including to a doctor’s office.

4th of July Hours

Friday 07/03: CLOSED
Saturday 07/04: CLOSED

Reopen at 8am on Mon 7/6/2020

Friday Hours of Operation

8:00-12:00pm & 1:00-5:00pm

8:00-11:30am & 1:00-4:30pm


Our Practice

10787 Nall Ave, Leawood, KS 66211

Our Group

Established in 1977, Allergy & Asthma Care, P.A. is the oldest and largest continuously operating allergy and asthma practice in metropolitan Kansas City. Our physicians are Board Certified in Allergy, Asthma and Immunology and are also Board Certified in Internal Medicine and/or Pediatrics. We employ Nurse Practitioners and Physician’s Assistants, all University Trained and Certified Asthma Educators to help meet the needs of our patients.

See Drs. Levine and Tran honored as
Top Docs by Kansas City Magazine

Our Mission

Our Board Certified allergists, associate providers, and staff are committed to providing the highest quality allergy, asthma, and immunology health care in the area.

We offer a patient-centered environment that is professional, reliable, and caring for each patient and their family. Our goal is to make a positive difference in the health care of all individuals, with special attention to those with allergic and immunologic disorders.

Our Vision

To be innovative leaders in the treatment of allergy, asthma, and immunology in our community and surrounding areas. We are dedicated to working with the medical community in advancing the importance of recognizing and treating allergic and immunologic diseases.

Patient education, cutting edge treatment, and a caring environment are pillars in our practice. Continuing these core values attests to the commitment to our patients and our field.

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