Chattanooga Allergy Clinic Opens Expanded Clinic In Cleveland

Monday, January 13, 2014

Chattanooga Allergy Clinic announced that it will open a new, expanded clinic in Cleveland off Keith Street in the Ocoee Commons Professional Building next to Raymond James.  The new facility will be twice the size of the current office to provide space for their growing practice.


Named Chattanooga Times Free Press Best of the Best allergists in Chattanooga for the last five years, Chattanooga Allergy Clinic has locations in Cleveland, Chattanooga, Hixson, Ft. Oglethorpe and at Erlanger on Volkswagen Drive.


“We are grateful to our many loyal patients who are helping us grow in Cleveland,” said Dr. Marc Cromie.  “The allergists and staff of Chattanooga Allergy Clinic are an experienced and caring team of specialists, board certified in infant, pediatric, adolescent and adult allergy, asthma and immunology.”


In addition to Dr. Cromie, other allergists include Dr. Todd Levin, Dr. Lee Perry and Dr. Hyman Kaplan.


Board-certified allergists can help you get control of hay fever symptoms, asthma, food allergies, chronic sinus infections, chronic hives, eczema, drug allergies, insect allergies and immune (IgG) deficiency.


Call 899-0431 to schedule an appointment.  The new Cleveland office will open at the end of January.


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