Cleveland Clinic Children's Center for Pediatric Allergy is actively involved in allergy research and specific testing, so our child and adolescent patients and families receive the most current treatment options and programs.
We provide pediatric patients easy access to either scheduled or emergency medical services. Pediatric allergy patients also have the choice of being seen at the main campus or at one of our community hospitals or family health center locations.
The Center for Pediatric Allergy provides a variety of outpatient and inpatient services for children through the age of 21, suffering from common and unusual allergic and immunologic disorders.
We are also actively involved in allergy research to ensure child and adolescent patients receive leading edge treatment and care.
We see young patients in the Crile Building on the 12th floor (A120) on Cleveland Clinic's main campus, as well as at our community hospitals and family health centers.
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What We Treat
Our inpatient and outpatient testing, diagnosis and treatment plans are available for the following allergy related problems:
- Allergic rhinitis
- Atopic dermatitis
- Bee sting allergies
- Food allergies
- Inherited immune deficiencies
- Medication allergies
- Recurrent infections
We offer a complete outpatient allergy diagnostic testing services including:
- Allergy skin testing
- Immunologic evaluation
- Ingestion challenge testing
- Pulmonary function testing
We also offer specific allergic or immunologic treatment including desensitization and intravenous gamma globulin.
Our allergy clinic provides a number of diagnostic test and evaluations to help children with a variety of allergy problems. We also see young patients with recurrent infections and other problems related to immune deficiency.