A Message from NMAAC Regarding COVID-19 in Mississippi. Click Here to View Message.

WE ARE CLOSED MONDAY, MAY 25TH FOR MEMORIAL DAY.

DEAR NMAAC PATIENTS:

Thank you for your continued patience and cooperation with changes in our office policies and procedures during this difficult time. Patients that arrive to our clinic may now wait in their vehicles after checking in with our outdoor triage nurse. You will be called and notified when your room is ready. Also, we are now happy to offer a video telemedicine platform for all follow up and acute visits. This will allow for continued care while minimizing your exposure to others. If you have an upcoming appointment or any acute concerns, please call our office to schedule a virtual visit. The process is very simple and only requires clicking a link which will have been sent via a text message or email to your phone, tablet, or computer. This will allow you to instantly connect with your doctor in the safety and comfort of your own home.

 

Additionally, and starting Monday, April 6th, shot patients will be able to receive their injections in their vehicles, weather permitting. Upon arrival to our clinic, please notify the staff member at our outdoor triage station that you are there to receive your allergy or biologic injection. You can then return to your vehicle and our shot nurse will bring and administer your injection there. This will further minimize the possibility of unnecessary exposure. We will have a staff member stationed in the parking lot to monitor for any concerns and to address any questions. Given the severity of this spring’s pollen season, it is important to continue all medications and treatments as able to maintain control and minimize the possibility of flares and worsening.

 

Please continue to practice strict social distancing and hand hygiene measures. As always, please know that you are all in our constant thoughts and prayers. Please call us if we can do anything to assist during this terrible time.

 

Sincerely,

Karen Maltby, MD

Matt Oswalt, MD

DEAR NMAAC PATIENTS:

Thank you for your continued patience and cooperation with changes in our office policies and procedures during this difficult time. Patients that arrive to our clinic may now wait in their vehicles after checking in with our outdoor triage nurse. You will be called and notified when your room is ready. Also, we are now happy to offer a video telemedicine platform for all follow up and acute visits. This will allow for continued care while minimizing your exposure to others. If you have an upcoming appointment or any acute concerns, please call our office to schedule a virtual visit. The process is very simple and only requires clicking a link which will have been sent via a text message or email to your phone, tablet, or computer. This will allow you to instantly connect with your doctor in the safety and comfort of your own home.

 

Additionally, and starting Monday, April 6th, shot patients will be able to receive their injections in their vehicles, weather permitting. Upon arrival to our clinic, please notify the staff member at our outdoor triage station that you are there to receive your allergy or biologic injection. You can then return to your vehicle and our shot nurse will bring and administer your injection there. This will further minimize the possibility of unnecessary exposure. We will have a staff member stationed in the parking lot to monitor for any concerns and to address any questions. Given the severity of this spring’s pollen season, it is important to continue all medications and treatments as able to maintain control and minimize the possibility of flares and worsening.

 

Please continue to practice strict social distancing and hand hygiene measures. As always, please know that you are all in our constant thoughts and prayers. Please call us if we can do anything to assist during this terrible time.

 

Sincerely,

Karen Maltby, MD

Matt Oswalt, MD

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

Attention:  

If you have fever and cough, or if you think you were exposed to Coronavirus,
please contact your primary care physician to review your symptoms and travel/exposure history.

Coronavirus Disease
(COVID-19)

Attention:  

If you have fever and cough, or if you think you were exposed to Coronavirus,
please contact your primary care physician to review your symptoms and travel/exposure history.

ATTENTION STARKVILLE PATIENTS

Due to concern for potential coronavirus (COVID-19) exposure, we have made the difficult
decision to move all visits and allergy shots back to our Tupelo clinic temporarily.
 

You will be able receive your allergy shots and biologic therapies in our Tupelo clinic as scheduled.
Thank you for your understanding during this unprecedented time, and remember to maintain strict compliance with
all of your medications, wash your hands frequently, and maintain strict social distancing measures.

 

Shot Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:00-11:30, 1:00-4:30 and Friday 8:00-11:30

ATTENTION STARKVILLE PATIENTS

Due to concern for potential coronavirus (COVID-19) exposure, we have made the difficult decision to move all visits and allergy shots back to our Tupelo clinic temporarily. 

You will be able receive your allergy shots and biologic therapies in our Tupelo clinic as scheduled.
Thank you for your understanding during this unprecedented time, and remember to maintain strict compliance with all of your medications, wash your hands frequently, and maintain strict social distancing measures.

 

Shot Hours: 
Monday-Thursday 8:00-11:30,
1:00-4:30,
and Friday 8:00-11:30

Tupelo Location

1512 Medical Park Circle Tupelo, MS 38801

(662) 620-0688

OFFICE HOURS:

Monday – Thursday  8:00 am until 5:00 pm

Friday 8:00 am until 12:00 Noon*

*TUPELO OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ON FRIDAYS DURING THE MONTH OF MAY

Allergy Shots Administered:
Monday – Thursday  8:00 am until 11:30 am and 1:00 pm until 4:30 pm

Friday  8:00 am until 11:30 am*

*TUPELO OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ON FRIDAYS DURING THE MONTH OF MAY

Starkville Location

501 Hospital Road Starkville, MS 39759

(662) 324-0688

OFFICE HOURS:
Wednesday  9:00 am until 3:00 pm

Allergy Shots Administered:
Wednesdays  9:00 am until 3:00 pm

New Albany Location

118 Fairfield Drive New Albany, MS 38652

(662) 620-0688

OFFICE HOURS:
Tuesday  12:00 pm until 4:00 pm

Allergy Shots Administered:
No allergy shots at this location

We Are Here To Serve You

North Mississippi Allergy and Asthma Center IS HERE TO HELP!

Established in 2008, we specialize in the treatment of allergic rhinitis, asthma (pediatric and adults), eczema, hay fever, sinus disease, insect allergy, hives, and food allergy. We also manage primary immune deficiencies.  We are a dedicated group of Board Certified Specialists in Adult & Pediatric Asthma, Allergy & Immunology. We look forward to meeting you and assisting you with your needs. Contact us today to achieve relief from the following: Asthma Wheezing Coughing Shortness of Breath Chest Tightness Allergies Hay Fever Eczema Food Allergies Hives Insect & Drug Allergies Sinusitis Congestion Post Nasal Drip Headache Facial Pain Persistent Cough

Attention New Patients

When you are coming in for allergy testing, you must stay off antihistamines for 7 days.

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