Alvernon Allergy & Asthma P.C. congratulates our physicians voted among Best Doctors in America. The doctors in our practice include; Dr. Leonard Schultz, Dr. Kudagal Murthy, Dr. Heather Cassell and Dr. George Makol (left to right).
Previously the Department of Allergy, Thomas-Davis Medical Centers, we have provided comprehensive allergy and immunology services to the community since 1982. Besides environmental and food allergies we offer evaluation and treatment of asthma, urticaria (hives), eczema, immune disorders and sinus diseases.
We welcome patients of all ages and accept most insurances.
June 25th, 2013 by Dr. Makol
I am happy to announce that we now have 3 of our doctors listed in the prestigious Best Doctor’s national listing, as detailed in the July 2013 edition of Tucson Lifestyle Magazine. This is a first for a Tucson allergy/immunology practice, and we are quite honored. All of our doctors are taking new patients, and we see patients with allergies, asthma, hives, eczema, food allergies, adverse drug reactions and immune disorders. We are changing our injection hours as of July 1, 2013, so be sure to check with our staff regarding the new hours. We still maintain our 3 locations including our central office on Grant Road, our NW office on La Cholla Boulevard, and our SE location on Rita Road. We thank our fellow doctors for voting our physicians to the Best Doctors listing, to be so recognized by your peers is a great honor.
April 10th, 2013 by Dr. Makol
We are now experiencing a brisk Spring pollen season, as a result of winter rains, and a mild and relatively cool Spring. We have 5 MD specialists on staff, and can see new patients without serious delay at one of our 3 Tucson locations. We are proud to announce that multiple doctors in our practice are listed in the national database of “Best Doctors” in the Allergy/Immunology category.
February 1st, 2013 by Dr. Makol
We are having an on and off wet and cold winter this year. Many patients are contacting our office regarding viral upper respiratory infections, which may affect their asthma. The common cold is most often caused by the rhinovirus, but this time of year corona viruses are also active, as well as the echo and coxsakie virus. RSV strikes not only children but adults also, causing an asthma like condition with wheezing and coughing. We also have had a considerable number of influenza cases in Tucson; and even though many patients have had their flu shot, this year the flu shot has been gauged to be about 62% effective. Wash your hands frequently, and try to avoid large crowds. It is hard to predict how the upcoming Spring allergy season will be, but we will have appointments available with minimal wait time as we have 5 physician specialists available on our staff.
September 13th, 2012 by Dr. Makol
We have been having a brisk monsoon season, the first I can remember in some time. We therefore expect a relatively heavy pollen season for the fall months. Our practice has been honored once again in the national listings for exceptional physicians. Three of our senior doctors are listed in the Consumers Research Council of America’s “Guide to America’s Top Physicians” for 2012 (www.consumersresearchcncl.org). One of our doctors is listed in the national “Best Physicians” listings, and also in the prestigious Castle Connally “America’s Top Doctors”, the only allergist in Tucson to be so listed. We are gratified to be so honored, and thank our patients and referring physicians.
April 20th, 2012 by Dr. Makol
This is an exciting Spring for our practice. We are quite busy, and now are performing patch testing for chronic dermatitis patients, and patch testing for metals for patients about to receive metal implants (like knees, hips, etc). Dr. Makol just returned from Antarctica, where there were lots of humpback whales and penguins (see pictures). There has been a lot of pollen this Spring, so we have been seeing many new patients. Welcome to our practice, we have 5 experienced doctors and a nurse practitioner to take care of you. Give us a call.