GENERAL BUSINESS HOURS
Worcester Walk-In Hours for Allergy Injections
*Though uncommon, physician coverage may vary on Wednesday or Friday. You are encouraged to call ahead or make an appointment for your latest arrival time. We can then contact you should our schedule need to change.
Important Reminders for Our Injection Patients·
Report symptoms of allergic reaction right away to our staff. We are happy to check arms and answer questions.
Please wait! Stay in our waiting area 30 minutes after receiving your injection so we may treat any allergic reaction quickly. Most reactions will occur within 1/2 hour and your safety is important to us. Help yourself to a book from our bookshelf, look through a magazine or hook.
Medication changes? Please tell our clinical staff before your injection—we really need to know.
Off-schedule? We can make dosage adjustments and offer options to help get you back on track. Talk to our clinical staff if you get off-schedule or you are planning to be away.
Update your information changes promptly. Coordinating your care is important to us. Insurance, address, phone #, primary care doctor and other updates help us keep things running smooth for you.
Call ahead in case of extreme weather to see if our injection hours need to change. Our answering service receives notices of change to relay to callers. We also try to post changes on our website.
Office and injection hour changes are posted in our office or on the website with at least 6 weeks’ notice. We close on: News Years Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and the Friday after Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
Early bird? Tough schedule? Talk with our clinical staff—you may be able to arrange some visits outside of our posted injection hours.