Chattanooga Allergy Clinic Celebrates New And Expanded Cleveland Facility

Wednesday, August 27, 2014
A ribbon cutting was held Tuesday at the new Chattanooga Allergy Clinic in Cleveland.
A ribbon cutting was held Tuesday at the new Chattanooga Allergy Clinic in Cleveland.

Chattanooga Allergy Clinic has built a new and expanded satellite office in Cleveland. The doctors and staff invited the community to join them on Tuesday for a ribbon cutting in partnership with the local Chamber of Commerce the new Ocoee Place office.

“We are thrilled to open our new and expanded facility in Cleveland,” said Dr. Marc Cromie of Chattanooga Allergy Clinic. 

Chattanooga Allergy Clinic opened their first Cleveland office 14 years ago and began subletting two days a week from Healthworks. They later moved their office to West Side Drive and began seeing patients five days a week. “After more than doubling our patient load in recent years, we built a new facility,” explained Dr. Todd Levin of Chattanooga Allergy Clinic.

“It has always been a privilege to care for the wonderful people of Cleveland and we look forward to treating all Bradley County and Athens residents for many years to come. On behalf of the entire team, thanks to everyone for making this expansion possible and for choosing a board certified allergist to take care of all of your allergy and asthma needs,” added Dr. Cromie. 

For additional information regarding Chattanooga Allergy Clinic or to schedule an appointment, call 899-0431. 

A ribbon cutting was held Tuesday at the new Chattanooga Allergy Clinic in Cleveland.
A ribbon cutting was held Tuesday at the new Chattanooga Allergy Clinic in Cleveland.


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