AIR Services & Programs

Innovative, Experienced AIR Care

The Allergy, Asthma, Immunology, and Rheumatology teams at Rochester Regional Health work together to provide some of Western and Central New York's best care for AIR conditions.

  • Allergy Program

    Allergies are atypical reactions by a person's immune system against a typically harmless substance, called an allergen. Rochester Regional Health's Allergy Program offers care and treatment for food, animal, seasonal, drug, and environmental allergens found all around you.

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  • Pediatric Allergy Program

    Children of all ages can experience allergic reactions since almost anything can be an allergen. As a part of our Allergy Center, our Pediatric Allergy Program offers compassionate and comprehensive services for the diagnosis and treatment of all pediatric allergic problems.

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  • Food Allergy Program

    A part of our Allergy Center, the Food Allergy Program offers accurate diagnostics and thorough food allergy care. We are focused on improving your quality of life and helping you and your family find the right and safe foods for you.

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  • Drug Allergy Program

    The Drug Allergy Program, part of our Allergy Center, provides thorough drug allergy evaluations, drug challenges, and desensitization. Outdated drug allergies can make it difficult for you to receive the care you need, but by examining your drug allergies we can update your chart and ensure there are no questions when you are in the hospital.

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  • Seasonal Allergy Program

    Seasonal and year-round allergies don't need to slow you down. The Allergy Program at Rochester Regional Health is proud to offer thorough, experienced care and relief from all your allergy struggles. If dust mites, dander, pests, and pollens trigger your allergies, schedule a consultation today!

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  • Immunodeficiency Disorders Program

    Immunologists study the diseases within the human body's built-in immune system. A healthy immune system helps the body battle infection, while a defective system can fail to defend the body and/or attack it. Our Rochester Regional Health immunologists are continuously working to develop advanced immune therapies and vaccinations to support your immune health.

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  • Asthma Program

    Asthma is a disease of the lungs that causes your airways to become blocked or narrowed and makes it difficult for millions of Americans to breathe. The knowledgeable, experienced team at Rochester Regional Health uses the latest in diagnosis and treatment to help you manage your asthma symptoms.

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  • Exercise-Induced Asthma Program

    Exercise-Induced Asthma doesn't mean you need to give up the activities you love, but you will need to learn how to manage and treat your symptoms. The Asthma Program at Rochester Regional Health is here to help you conquer your symptoms and get back out there!

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  • Vasomotor Rhinitis Program

    Sometimes, issues other than allergies cause swollen, runny, and itchy noses. Vasomotor rhinitis occurs when the tissues inside your nose become swollen, and the Vasomotor Rhinitis Program can help determine what exactly is causing your sinus issues and craft a treatment plan that works for you.

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  • Rheumatology Program

    Rheumatology is the study of disorders affecting your joints and/or the muscles and soft tissues around your joints and bones. The Rochester Regional Rheumatology Program offers providers experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of these diseases, as well as research to determine their causes.

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  • Comprehensive AIR Testing

    Allergies, immunodeficiencies, asthma, and rheumatology all have very specific tests that can ensure an accurate diagnosis. Learn more about why your provider might order a test, what that test will entail, and how long you may be out of commission if you need to be tested.

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