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Appointments and Forms

 
spacer spacer Several types of appointments are available and may be scheduled by calling our main number (410) 321-9393 and following the prompt for future appointments. For future appointments, you may schedule an appointment by clicking here:
 
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Initial Consultation Visit
 
The first visit to our office will usually last between 60 and 90 minutes, depending on the complexity of the problem. Because allergy skin testing may be performed, you must discontinue all antihistamines one week before the visit. Typical antihistamines include:
  • Benadryl (diphenhydramine)
  • Zyrtec (cetirazine)
  • Allegra (fexofenadine)
  • Claritin (loratadine)
  • Xyzal
  • Chlorpheniramine
Please read all cough and cold medicine labels carefully. Robitussin, dextromethorphan, asthma inhalers, Singulair, nasal sprays, and prednisone may be continued.
 
At the end of the visit, you will receive a written diagnosis and treatment plan. In addition, your primary physician will also receive a written report.
 
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Forms
 
Prior to your first visit, we ask you to complete a registration form and read and sign the document outlining the office privacy policy mandated by HIPAA. We are committed to protecting the privacy and confidentiality of your medical records. Please download the forms below, sign and complete them and bring them with you to the first visit.
 
All the forms listed below are available for download in Adobe PDF format. If you haven't installed Acrobat® Reader® on your computer, in order to view and print these forms, please download and install the Acrobat Reader from the Adobe website.
 
  • Questionnaire for parents - Standard form
  • Questionnaire for parents - Urgent form
  • Registration
  • Registration Addendum for Additional Children
  • HIPAA Privacy Notice
  • Financial Policy Disclosure and Agreement
  • Medical Record Request
  • Immunization Record Request

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    Follow-Up Consultation Visit
     
    After the initial evaluation, follow up visits are an important part of continuing good health maintenance for chronic problems such as asthma and allergy. They last approximately thirty minutes and are a good way to monitor progress and medications as well as ask questions. These visits may be suggested by Dr. Schuberth, your primary physician, or by you personally whenever you feel necessary. The appointment can be made while you are in the office at the prior visit, over the phone through the future appointment secretary, or by email. Please be sure to have the appropriate referral from your primary doctor if necessary.
     
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    Acute Sick Visit
     
    If you are a current allergy patient in the office and are having an acute allergy related problem, you may request a same day appointment with Dr. Schuberth. If it is during regular office hours, please call (410) 321-9393 and press the option for same day appointments. You may also call the early appointment line at (410) 427-1690 between 7:30 AM and 8:15 AM on weekday mornings.
     
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    Food Challenge Visit
     
    In-office food challenge visits are recommended based on the patient's prior food allergy history and the skin test or RAST results. These visits are scheduled as the first apointment in the early morning and require at least two hours in the office. No antihistamines may be taken on the day of the visit. The family brings the appropriate challenge food, and it is consumed in divided amounts over 45 minutes.
     
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    Allergy Shot Visit
     
    When allergy shots are prescribed, you will have an initial scheduled visit with Dr. Schuberth to review the details of the immunotherapy program and get the first injection from a new solution.
     
    Thereafter, allergy shots do not require a physician visit and are administered by our staff on a walk-in basis. If more convenient, they may also be given at your primary physician's office. You must remain in the office for twenty minutes following the injection.
     
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    Walk-in Allergy Shot hours
     
    8:30 AM to 4:45 PM weekdays
    8:30 AM to 11:30 AM Saturday mornings.
     
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