The Campus Health Allergy Clinic will administer allergy injections with orders and vials provided by your own allergist. We also administer injectable medications ordered by a specialist for a chronic illness. Please note that if you are beginning immunotherapy for the first time, you must obtain your first injection from your own allergist.
Instructions for Receiving Allergy Injections at the Campus Health Allergy Clinic
- Ask your allergist/physician to fill out the Immunotherapy Requisition Form.
- Bring your orders to Campus Health or have them mailed by your provider.
- Once orders/serum have been verified by the Allergy Clinic, a nurse will reach out to schedule an appointment with a Health Center provider for initial assessment/consultation.
- Schedule appointments with the allergy nurse for continued injections and follow-up care.
Please note that there are fees associated with allergy services.
Partnerships with Local Allergists
The Campus Health Allergy Clinic is collaborating with local allergists to coordinate services to provide comprehensive care. If you are interested in utilizing one of these clinics, please discuss with one of our Allergy Clinic nurses for additional information. These clinics offer allergy injections with orders and vials provided by your own allergist, as well as the opportunity to obtain care from a Board Certified Allergist and Immunologist during your time at Tulane.
Uptown Allergy and Asthma
2622 Jena St.
New Orleans, LA 70115
Uptown Allergy and Asthma has been added as a Tulane TapRide stop. If you would like to utilize the TapRide service, please request a ride about 15 minutes in advance.
Tulane Doctors - Allergy, Immunology and Rheumatology Clinic
Tulane Hospitals - Medical Center - Downtown New Orleans
Located in the Lung Center, 7th Floor
1415 Tulane Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70112