The techniques and equipment used at the Oklahoma Allergy & Asthma Clinic include the latest advancements in the field. Our group is dedicated to providing cutting edge, personal and compassionate care. In addition, our providers have been educated at many of the top allergy training programs in the country. The benefits of having such a wealth of experience, skill and scientific technology are realized daily by our patients.
Pollen & Mold Count
The Oklahoma Allergy and Asthma Clinic is a certified pollen and mold counting station for the National Allergy Bureau. The most trusted and accurate pollen & mold count for the Oklahoma City and surrounding areas.
Oklahoma City Weather
February 6, 2016
7:10 am US/Central
Sat - Partly Cloudy, High: 51
Sun - Sunny, High: 58
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Breaking ground at the soon to be new OAAC building in Norman at the Norman Healthplex by Norman Regional Hospital. We hope to have the new building open in October 2016. (Left to right) COO Gordon Heiselbetz, Dr. Greg Metz, Dr. Shahan Stutes, Dr Dean Atkinson, Dr. Richard Hatch, Dr. Patricia Overhulser and Dr. Warren Filley. Not pictured Dr. Laura Chong and Dr. Bret Haymore.
The Oklahoma Allergy & Asthma Clinic Welcomes a New Member to our Team and a NEW Satellite Clinic location in Midwest City!
Board Certified Allergist Dr. Bret R. Haymore has joined the staff of the OAAC. He previously had his own allergy practice in Midwest City.
Dr. Haymore attended Penn State College of Medicine where he was elected to the AOA honor society. He subsequently completed a residency in internal medicine at William Beaumont Army Medical Center and remained for one year as chief medical resident. He completed his allergy-immunology fellowship at Walter Reed Army Medical center where he remained as chief of clinical services until completing his service in the Army in 2011. He served a tour in Iraq in 2008-2009.
He has received numerous teaching and research awards and has published numerous articles in medical literature. He served on the Board of Regents of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology from 2007-2008. Dr. Haymore and his wife have five children. Together they enjoy reading, sports, and outdoor activities. They are active in community service and in their church.
The new OAAC satellite clinic in Midwest City is located at 8121 National Avenue.
When are allergies serious enough to seek medical help?
Allergies are extremely common and affect millions of Americans. Symptoms range from a stuffy nose and occasional sneeze to severe allergic reactions. Allergies are also a common trigger for asthma attacks. Patients with asthma experience chest tightness, shortness of breath, wheezing and coughing. Common substances that cause allergic symptoms include pollen (grass, tree and weeds), mold spores, dust mites, feathers and animal dander. If allergies are causing you discomfort or impairing your ability to work, play or enjoy life, come visit us to see how we can help.
Why doesn't everyone have allergies?
Allergies are caused by the immune system reacting to substances (or allergens) that would typically not trigger a reaction. Allergies result from environmental factors and genetic predisposition. If one parent is allergic, the risk of allergies in a child is 30 to 40 percent. If both parents are allergic, there is a 50 to 70 percent chance of a child developing allergies. The board certified allergist's goal is to help patients prevent symptoms by managing their allergies and asthma so they can lead healthy, normal lives. The strong emphasis placed on individualized patient care has been part of the clinic's philosophy of practice for over 75 years.
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