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 Providing over 30 Years of Quality Allergy Care

Lawrence Hennessey, M.D.

Manoj Mohan, D.O.

Kamal Mohan, M.D. (Founder, Retired)

Andrea Miller, N.P.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

ALLERGY INJECTIONS AND OFFICE VISITS RESUME ON MAY 4,TH

Allergy Injections are by Appointment Only. 

CLINK ON THE LINK BELOW for important information required prior to scheduling  Allergy Injection Appointments

Governor Whitmer Extends Stay Home, Stay Safe Order, Directs Michiganders to Wear Homemade Masks in Enclosed Public Spaces.

PLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST WEAR A MASK WHEN COMING TO OUR OFFICE FOR ALL APPOINTMENTS, INCLUDING ALLERGY SHOTS 

Governor’s Executive Order Lifts Restrictions on Activities like Lawn Care, Golfing, Boating 

LANSING, Mich. -- Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed executive order 2020-59, extending her “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order through May 15. The new order will require people to wear homemade face coverings when they enter enclosed public spaces. It will also lift some restrictions on outdoor activities and allow some workers who perform previously suspended activities to go back to work. 

 The order will require people to wear homemade, non-medical grade face coverings when they enter enclosed public spaces. It will also require employers to provide at least cloth face coverings to their employees. People won’t have to wear face coverings when they’re taking a walk in the neighborhood, but when they go to the grocery store, they should be wearing one. Under the order, however, no one will be subject to criminal penalty for going without a mask. 

 The new executive order will also allow some workers who perform very previously suspended activities to go back on the job. Landscapers, lawn-service companies, and nurseries can return to work, subject to strict social distancing. Retailers to that do not sell necessary supplies may reopen for curbside pick-up and for delivery. Big box stores can reopen “closed areas,” like garden centers. And bike repair and maintenance can come back online. 

 At the same time, the order will ease up on some restrictions on members of the public. It will, for example, allow motorized boating and golf (but no golf carts), consistent with sound social distancing. It will also permit individuals to travel between their residences, though such travel during the epidemic is strongly discouraged. And it will clarify that state parks remain open, as they have been throughout the emergency. 

 

Appointments and Allergy Injections resume on May 4, 2020

Until our office opens on May 4, 2020, please be assured, we are here to fulfill your healthcare needs. Okemos Infusion Center remains open (with limited hours) by appointment only.

We are available by telephone 9:00 am to 1:00 pm during the closure for questions, scheduling changes, prescription refills, and billing issues/payments.

TeleMedicine (telephone appointments) are available with one of our providers Monday through Friday. Please call our office to schedule a private appointment today: 517.349.0027

Most insurance companies have waived the patient copay for this service. If you have questions whether Telemedicine visits are covered by your insurance carrier, please refer to your benefit plan summary or contact your insurance carrier.

 

 

 

Allergy & Asthma Specialists

Our physicians and experienced staff provide comprehensive and personalized allergy and immunological care for both adult and pediatric patients suffering from nasal allergies, food allergies, asthma, eczema, urticaria, stinging insect allergies, latex allergies and drug allergies. Information contained on our website is not intended to diagnosis or treat your symptoms. Always consult a physician for proper treatment.

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