How do you choose an allergist?

We know you have choices when it comes to picking an allergist., and we think there are a lot of reasons to pick Premier Allergy & Asthma. First, we have eight convenient locations in the Columbus metro region. This makes appointments for your whole family easier, whether you are coming from school, work, or home.  

We can offer faster results with our rush immunotherapy solution. Instead of waiting weeks or months for full relief, you can ask your allergist to speed up the process. And typically, they can do it!

If you suspect a penicillin allergy, our allergists have a unique testing procedure that tests for all components of the drug allergy. Our testing is more comprehensive than the standard penicillin test. Don’t take chances with this potentially life-threatening allergy.  

We use a special tool called a nasal endoscope to look inside of your nose and throat. Our endoscope is smaller than what is typically used, so we can see more potential issues than others can.  

We know you’re busy and we want to be available when it’s convenient for you. Ask for an appointment as early as 7 a.m. or as late as 7 p.m. You can also come see us on a Saturday if you just can’t find free time during the week.

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Dr. Summit Shah

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