Family Allergy
& Asthma Consultants

Dr. Sudhir Prabhu, Founder
Appointments Call: (904) 636-9100
Our Fax #: 904-636-9102
Doctors Joshi, Katz, Dorman
Prabhu (Retired), Mass (Retired), McRae (Retired)
Locations University Blvd, Beaches, Mandarin, Westside and Orange Park
Important COVID 19 Statement READ ONLINE
What's New at FAAC?

3/9/2020: The FDA has recently declared a boxed warning regarding the commonly used allergy and asthma medication known as Singulair (montelukast). Please read a frequently asked question document from the FDA here. Also feel free to discuss with your provider at your next visit. 

2/3/2020: There is now an FDA approved oral immunotherapy program from children with peanut allergies. There is a lot to learn about this and you read more and watch a story from First Coast News here.  

7/2/2019: Asthma can be difficult to manage in pregancy. Seeing an allergist could certainly make a difference. Please read this story.  

4/2/2019: Spring pollen season has been tough this year. Learn more about how it is affecting folks in Northeast Florida by watching this segment on Action News Jax!

12/18/2018: Please do not store an epinephrine auto-injector in your car, especially during warmer weather! It can quickly lose its effectiveness and make it more difficult to treat anaphylaxis. Read more here!  

9/26/2018: Despite being warm outside, the fall pollen is blowing and starting to affect allergy sufferers! Watch this story from Action News Jax for more information. 

8/22/2018: There is an Epi-Pen shortage but that does not mean that you or your child need to be without protection. There are some very good alternatives. Learn more by watching this story from News4Jax. 

 7/18/2018: Bee stings can lead to a severe allergic reaction in up to 7.5% of the population. Summer is a time when many of us are enjoying outdoor activities and the risk of a bee sting goes up! Please read this interesting article for more information.

4/21/2018: Some promising information from a new study looking at preventing peanut reactions in those with a peanut allergy. Interesting that 20% still dropped out of the study! Read more here. 

8/28/2017: Did you know that only 10% of people who believe they are allergic to penicillin actually are? Its true! Read more about it here and schedule a time to discuss this with an allergist.

6/20/2017: Yes, there are millions of tiny, dead bugs in your pillows and matresses. Read about dust mites here.

 

 

 

 

 

Important News

In an effort to help control the spread of COVID19,  protect the health of our patients/staff and in accordance with Florida's Stay at Home Order and Mayor Curry’s recommendations regarding social distancing, we will be temporarily limiting the available seating in the lobby of each office location.

We recommend that if you can go without your allergy injection for the next month that you do so.  Otherwise, please be advised that due to our temporary limited seating, there may be a delay in getting your injection when you arrive at our office and we may also have to ask that you wait outside until seating becomes available, at which time we will be able to administer your injection.

We also ask that if you do feel that you need to come, that you come alone or with as few family members as possible. 

If you feel that you are unable to go without your injection but prefer not to come in to the office, you may want to inquire with one of our shot staff as to whether you are a candidate for oral allergy drops, which would formulated the same as your allergy injection.   You would be required to pick up the vial, take it home and administer the drops to yourself daily.  This would be an out of pocket expense and not covered by your insurance company.  The vial should last approximately 4 months.  You could then restart your allergy injections once the Stay at Home Order is lifted or when the vial is empty, whichever you prefer.  

Thank you for your understanding that these measures have been put in place to protect you and prevent the spread of the virus.   

                                  SHOT HOUR CHANGES

                                  There are NO CHANGES 

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Shot Hours

University Blvd
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Beaches
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Mandarin
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Orange Park
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Westside
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Main Office and Business Location:
4123 University Blvd. South; Suite B
Jacksonville, Florida 32216
Unversity
Beaches Location:
135 Professional Drive, Suite 106
Ponte Vedra Beach, Fl 32082
Beaches
Mandarin Location:
12276 San Jose Blvd., Suite 609
Jacksonville, FL 32223
San Jose
Orange Park:
1406 Kingsley Ave, Suite D
Orange Park, FL 32073
Orange Park
Westside:
1727 Blanding Blvd., Suite 101
Jacksonville, FL 32210
Eagle Harbor
Allegry and Asthma