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February 8, 2021 Update:

Dallas Allergy & Asthma Center will not be receiving the currently approved COVID-19 vaccines nor do we offer Covid testing. You can find Covid testing sites by going to We encourage our eligible patients to sign up for vaccines through their county, pharmacy, or primary care provider when possible. Currently Dallas and Tarrant county will accept individuals on their wait list who do not reside in those counties. If you have seen a health care provider at UT Southwestern in the last three years, you may be eligible to sign up for a vaccine there, through your UT Southwestern MyChart system. If you have had anaphylaxis to another vaccine, such as the influenza vaccine, and are concerned about reacting to the COVID-19 vaccine, please schedule an appointment with our allergist to discuss this further.

May 1 Update:

In order to provide healthcare in the safest manner possible for our patients and staff, DAAC launched telemedicine services in mid March. We have received very positive feedback from new and established patients completing their visits in this virtual manner. Now that the “shelter in place” order has been lifted, some of you have inquired as to when we will be taking care of patients in person again. Our greatest concern is for the safety of our patients and staff and we do not take that responsibility lightly. Dallas County’s COVID-19 numbers are still increasing, not plateauing. We plan to continue providing care via telemedicine and we will work on obtaining personal protective equipment, modifying our infection control procedures as necessary, and working on protocols to maintain social distancing during your future visits. We appreciate your patience as we all adjust to the new “normal” of living and working during a pandemic. Please know we miss seeing you in person and will update you with details on scheduling procedures and in-person visits later this month. Please note that we will continue to offer telemedicine in the future and you will have this choice available to you even once DAAC begins to see patients in person again.

The DAAC shot room is open for SCHEDULED SHOTS ONLY 8:00 –4:30 PM at this time.

To schedule a virtual visit this month with one of our 5 board certified allergists, please call us at 214-691-1330.

April 7 Update:

To our valued patients,

We want you to know that your health and safety is our utmost priority. In light of the pandemic and in an effort to protect the health and safety of our patients, we are pleased to announce that we are offering telemedicine services to our patients.

Please contact us and our staff will schedule a telemedicine visit and provide you with detailed instructions to conduct your appointment.

March 27 Update:

The DAAC shot room will reopen for SCHEDULED SHOTS ONLY starting Wednesday, April 1st from 8:00AM-4:00PM except during the lunch hour from 12:00-1:00 PM.

These are the guidelines we ask you to follow for your safety and our staff's safety:

  • Please call well ahead to schedule your shot appointment. We have fifteen minute time slots dedicated for shots to facilitate social distancing.
  • To allow for enough time slots for as many patients as possible, we ask patients on their maintenance dose to wait six weeks between shots. Those patients on a build up schedule can have a weekly appointment as time permits. We will not be starting new patients on immunotherapy during this time.
  • Stay in your car for your thirty minute wait period after your shot and notify us of any symptoms.
  • Take your temperature before coming.
  • Wear a short sleeve shirt.
  • ONLY the shot patient (and 1 legal guardian if needed) is allowed in the shot room at a time.
  • If multiple family members are on shots, we will schedule one time slot for all but ask that you practice social distancing in the shot room.

Please DO NOT come for your shot if you have:

  • A temperature of 99.2 degrees or above
  • Shortness of breath
  • Extreme fatigue
  • Cough
  • Body Aches
  • Any symptoms of a cold or respiratory illness
  • Been in contact with someone with any of these symptoms

March 23 Update:

National allergy guidelines now strongly recommend changes to shot clinic schedules to decrease social contact. To protect you and our staff from COVID-19, we are temporarily closing our shot clinic. We will contact you when we re-open.

Appropriate adjustments to your regimen will be made when we re-open to ensure the safety and effectiveness of your allergy shots. Patients on venom and biologic therapies should contact us by phone for further directions.

Our downstairs clinic is still open for telehealth visits only.

Dallas Allergy & Asthma Center

March 16 Update:

The health and safety of our patients, their families, and our team is always our top priority. Dallas Allergy & Asthma Center has taken steps in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. We know you depend on us to help ensure your health and well-being, especially during turbulent times.

Dallas Allergy & Asthma Center has opted to use a telemedicine platform that will enable you to continue to receive care while you are at home. Please use Chrome or Firefox to access the website Telemedicine is approved by Texas Medical Association and all major insurance companies, although benefits vary depending on individual policy.

For their safety, we ask patients identified by the CDC as high risk (60 years old and older) with an upcoming appointment receive care through a telemedicine visit or postpone their appointment by at least 3 weeks. At the same time, in order to promote social distancing, patients of all ages may change their appointment to a TeleHealth appointment if desired. Please call the office to notify us of your request and provide us with an updated e-mail or phone number if necessary.

We also ask that patients scheduled for in office procedures such as skin testing, patch testing, and challenges, please call the office and reschedule for a month later.

All patients who still wish to come to our office should take their temperature at home before their visit. If your temperature is more than 99.2, please call the office to reschedule, or change to a TeleHealth appointment. Furthermore, please try to limit visitors. Parents and siblings must not have elevated temperatures as well.

Thank you,
Dallas Allergy & Asthma Center

Dallas Allergy & Asthma Center (DAAC)


5499 Glen Lakes Dr. Suite 100
Dallas, TX 75231
Phone: (214) 691-1330
Fax: (214) 691-6405

Clinic Hours:

Monday, Wednesday - Friday
8am-12pm and 1pm-5pm
Tuesday 8am-12pm and 1pm-7pm

Shot Clinic Hours:

Monday 8:00am-5pm
Tuesday 8:00am-7pm
Wednesday 8:00am-5pm
Thursday 8:00am-5pm
Friday 8:00am-5pm
Saturdays As Scheduled: 8am-11:30am

Pharmaceutical Research & Consulting, Inc. (PRC)


5499 Glen Lakes Dr. Suite 200
Dallas, TX 75231
Phone: (214) 361-5555
Fax: (214) 361-9214