Mass General West offers expert care (including allergy injections) in a convenient Waltham location for children and adults with allergic or immunologic conditions.
- Phone: 781-487-3838
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40 Second Street
Waltham, MA 02451
Parking is free at our Waltham office.
Allergy at Mass General West
Allergy diseases often affect both parents and their children. Our practice treats both adults and pediatric patients, offering the full continuum of care for the entire family.
At Mass General West, we diagnose and treat conditions such as:
- Allergic rhinitis (hay fever and other allergies)
- Asthma and related disorders
- Chronic urticaria (hives) and angioedema (swelling beneath the skin)
- Drug allergies (adverse reactions to medication)
- Eczema, or atopic dermatitis
- Food allergies
- Stinging insect allergies
Meet Our Allergists
- Michelle Conroy, MD
- Ellen Dutta, MD
- Paul Hesterberg, MD
- Aidan Long, MD
- Rebecca Saff, MD, PhD
- Michael Wilson, MD, PhD
We can perform diagnostic testing onsite for most allergies, including food and seasonal allergies. Medication allergy testing is available at our main location in Boston, although patients can visit our Waltham office for any pre-testing and follow-up care.
We also offer allergy injections, including early-morning appointments for patients who prefer to stop in Waltham on their way to work.
What to Expect
At your initial visit, one of our allergists typically conducts a full exam. We can perform diagnostic testing onsite for most allergies, including food and seasonal allergies. We will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan based on your condition and lifestyle.
Scheduling an Appointment
Patients can see their doctor in either our Boston or Waltham location. Wait times for appointments are generally shorter in Waltham. Contact us at 781-487-3838 to schedule an appointment.
We conduct a wide range of clinical studies at our main location in Boston. These studies evaluate new therapies for a broad spectrum of conditions such as chronic sinusitis, nasal polyps and asthma.