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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.


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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.

To book an appointment, please call 405-235-0040.

We are thrilled to announce Oklahoma Allergy & Asthma Clinic was selected BEST ALLERGIST by the Journal Record Reader Rankings! 

Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America Announces 2019 Asthma Capitals

Oklahoma City, Tulsa Ranked in Top 40

WASHINGTON, DC - May 7, 2019 – Today, on World Asthma Day, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA), a leading patient advocacy organization in the United States representing more than 60 million Americans with asthma or allergies, released its 2019 Asthma Capitals™ report. The report identifies the 100 most challenging places to live with asthma in the U.S. The top 10 Asthma Capitals for 2019 are: 1. Springfield, MA 2. Dayton, OH 3. Greensboro, NC 4. Philadelphia, PA 5. Cleveland, OH 6. Allentown, PA 7. Louisville, KY 8. Boston, MA 9. Omaha, NE 10. Milwaukee, WI. Oklahoma City and Tulsa were ranked 32nd and 37th, respectively.

Oklahoma Allergy & Asthma Clinic Board-Certified Allergist Dr. Gregory Metz said, “more than 26 million people in the United States have asthma and many have symptoms that are not adequately controlled. Breathing is essential to life’s most basic function and is not something anyone with asthma can take for granted. Untreated asthma can lead to lung damage so it is essential to be correctly diagnosed and treated.”

Many factors come together to increase the risk for someone to be diagnosed with asthma. Genetics, respiratory infections, tobacco smoke and more all play a part. But can location increase the risk? Cities were ranked based on asthma-related health outcomes: prevalence, emergency room visits and mortality. The report also looked at risk factors that contribute to these outcomes, including poverty, air quality, and access to specialists, pollen counts, medicine use, tobacco policies and the rate of uninsured residents. Factors such as gender, race/ethnicity and socioeconomic status are associated with asthma, with the disease being more common in boys than girls in childhood. In adulthood, it reverses and more women than men have asthma. About 20.3 million adults currently have asthma. Adults are nearly five times more likely to die from asthma than children.

Asthma symptoms include asthma symptoms including coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath and chest tightness. When severe, it can lead to confusion and dizziness.

“With about 7 million children who have asthma, it is a leading cause for children missing school which amounts to more than 13.8 million school days,” said Dr. Metz.

A board-certified allergist can diagnose asthma, and determine the specific triggers that causes an episode through simple tests. The allergists at OAAC evaluate and manage patients of all ages.  The main clinic is on the Oklahoma Health Center campus.  For patient convenience, satellite offices are located in Edmond, Norman, Midwest City and northwest Oklahoma City. A new clinic is under construction in Yukon.

Visit the OAAC website at to view the addresses for all Oklahoma Allergy and Asthma Clinic locations.  To make an initial appointment for an allergy, asthma, or immunology problem or to request more information, please call (405) 235-0040.


FDA Recalls Some Lots of Generic Singulair (montelukast)

OAAC would like to make our patients aware of a drug recall.   A generic version of Singulair (montelukast) made by Camber Pharmaceuticals has been recalled by the FDA. Montelukast is used to treat allergy and asthma symptoms. 

The recalled bottles are lot number MON17384, expiration 12/31/2019 by Camber Pharmaceuticals.

Contact your pharmacist immediately if you have these recalled bottles.

Four Central Oklahoma Businesses Receive Regional Business Ethics Award

"Winning the Torch Award for Ethics is truly a great honor for the OAAC. Each of our co-workers daily carry that torch of integrity and ethics to ensure our patients have the best experience at our OAAC clinics.”
- Scott Dennis, OAAC COO



You should have been notified by the manufacturer. OAAC wants to ensure you have been informed about this recall and we are passing this along for your information.

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a notice regarding a consumer-level recall of fluticasone propionate nasal spray 50 mcg NDC # 60505-0829-01 manufactured by Apotex Corp. This recall was issued because the product was found to contain small glass particles. The glass particles could block the actuator and impact the functionality of the pump.

This recall affects lot number NJ4501 exp. 07/20.

There is a potential for patients to be exposed to the glass particles and mechanical irritation cannot be ruled out. Local trauma to the nasal mucosa might occur with use of the defective product. To date, Apotex Corp. has not received any reports of adverse events related to recall.

For more information, call Apotex at 1-800-706-5575, Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm (Eastern Time). You may also call the FDA consumer inquiry line at 1-888-INFO-FDA (1-888-463-6332) or visit

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.


CareCredit now available for OAAC Patients

Oklahoma Allergy & Asthma Clinic is proud to announce that we have now partnered with CareCredit.

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