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Cincinnati Allergy and Asthma Center

The first step in treating allergies is an accurate diagnosis. The allergy specialists at Cincinnati Allergy and Asthma Center are experts in identifying what is causing your symptoms and recommending a treatment plan that will significantly improve your life.

Cincinnati Allergy and Asthma Center – CAAC
4 Convenient Locations
(513) 861-0222

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We're starting a new series called "Ask the Allergist"! If you have any questions you'd like to see, please message us or comment below!

To start the series, we begin with a question we are asked quite often: "What training does an allergist have?"

Allergists complete 4 years of medical school and continue on to a residency program. Allergists choose either a pediatrics or internal medicine residency, both of which are 3 years. Pediatrics residencies focus on children and internal medicine residencies focus on adults. Following residency is a 2 year allergy and immunology fellowship. Once fellowship is complete, they have finished their training, a total of 9 years!

All four of our physicians completed pediatrics residencies and are board certified in pediatrics! Their fellowships focused on both pediatrics and adults.
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Pollen and Mold Count

Total Pollen Count

Our pollen counts are available March through November from the Southwest Ohio Air Quality Agency. Our pollen count information for Cincinnati can be found on line at www.southwestohioair.org
Each office has the counts posted, or you can use the link posted.

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