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Your initial visit to KCAA helps us determine your needs and a preliminary treatment plan. We’re dedicated to making the process efficient and answering any questions you might have.
Call us at 913-491-5501 to make an appointment. We’ll provide login information for our patient portal. Before your appointment, please log in and complete your necessary paperwork. Having these forms ready is critical. It helps us keep your appointment on schedule, and provides important information to KCAA care providers.
When you arrive for your first appointment, please bring your current insurance card and your photo ID. You’re responsible for any copays or deductibles at the time of service. KCAA accepts VISA, MasterCard, Discover, and AMEX.
Only if you are scheduled for skin testing, please stay off of antihistamines for at least 4 days prior to your skin test. Otherwise, the results might not be accurate. Antihistamines are in many medications. Click here for a partial list.
If you’re unable to keep your appointment, please call at least 24 hours in advance. This ensures that you won’t be charged a cancellation fee.
At KCAA, we understand that allergies and asthma require prompt care. That’s why we offer 3 locations and convenient hours.
New patients must make an appointment, but can usually be seen the same week, and often times the same day. To schedule an appointment, call us at 913-491-5501.
After you’ve scheduled your first appointment, you’ll receive an email confirmation. This email will contain a username and password for our patient portal.
Before your appointment, please log in and complete your necessary paperwork. Having these forms ready is critical. It helps us keep your appointment on schedule, and provides important information to KCAA care providers.
If you didn’t receive an email confirmation, please call us at 913-491-5501.
Log in to our patient portal
At KCAA, your privacy is very important to us. Our HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices explains how we use your medical information and how you can access it.
This form is required for patients who need to transfer records from other doctors to KCAA for treatment or diagnostic services. Without this form, we are unable to access your medical history.
If you’re not sure if you need this form, please call us at 913-491-5501
The Walk-In Clinic is open to all established KCAA patients, check our hours and locations.
MON - THURS.
8:00 am - 11:00 am & 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm
8:00 am - 11:00 am & 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
TUE & THURS
8:00 am - 11:00 am
We continue to closely monitor the situation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and are following the recommendations of The Center for Disease Control and state health departments.
Our doors remain OPEN and we ARE GIVING ALLERGY INJECTIONS ON A WALK-IN BASIS AS LONG AS YOU ARE FEVER FREE. For everyone’s protection, the KCAA walk-in clinic is closed for general patients. Patients not getting allergy injections will be seen by appointment only.
We want to remind you that it is important that you keep your underlying medical conditions under control. Poorly controlled allergies increase the risk of contracting any respiratory virus, as these are contracted when people rub their nose or eyes and spread to others by sneezing. Poorly controlled asthma is a major risk factor for poor outcome. Spirometry combined with medical history and exams are the best way to ensure your asthma is optimally managed and to make sure that you have a plan of action for when you get any viral illness.
Please be reassured that the health and well-being of our patients and staff continue to be KCAA’s top priority. We have taken many steps to keep our office as safe as possible. These include:
• Screening patients for fever. Anyone with a temperature 100.4 or greater within the past 48 hrs. is not permitted in our office. This is for the safety of other patients.
• Limiting visitors. Please make every attempt to only bring the patient unless no other option exists.
• Removing all magazines and reading material from our waiting rooms and exam rooms.
• Having allergy shot patients wait in their cars so our waiting room volume is kept minimal.
• Sanitizing our waiting room every 30 minutes.
• Having our staff wear personal protective equipment for the safety of patients and staff.
We want to encourage you to continue to come in for your allergy injections, especially with spring pollen in the air. Our providers are looking at our schedules in advance and cancelling appointments where the risk to the patient exceeds the benefit. If you are uncertain, please speak with one of our nurses.
We at KCAA remain committed to the health, safety and well-being of our patients!