Department of Medicine
Allergy & Clinical Immunology Treatments & Services
The Eosinophilic Esophagitis Program at Mass General brings together a team of experts to diagnose and treat patients with eosinophilic esophagitis.
The Mass General Angioedema Program provides expert evaluation and treatment of patients with all types of angioedema, including hereditary angioedema.
The Mass General Asthma Program diagnoses and manages asthma in adults and children, and provides ongoing care to help patients effectively control their condition and enjoy a better quality of life.
The Mass General Chronic Sinusitis Disease Program provides comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services for patients with severe chronic sinusitis and/or nasal polyps.
The Mass General Drug Allergy and Desensitization Program evaluates drug allergies (adverse drug reactions) and conducts challenges and desensitizations to help patients.
The Mass General Food Allergy Program integrates patient-centered research and evidence-based, multidisciplinary care for adults and children with known or suspected allergies to foods.
The Mass General Hives (Chronic Urticaria) Program is staffed by world-class specialists who diagnose and treat hives to help patients enjoy a better quality of life.
The Mass General Immune Deficiency Disorders Program diagnoses and treats adults and children with all forms of these clinically rare illnesses, including primary immune deficiency disorders (PIDDs).
The Mass General Seasonal, Perennial and Environmental Allergies Program provides specialized care and the latest therapies to patients with rhinitis and other allergies.
The Mass General Stinging Insect Allergy Program evaluates adults and children with known or suspected stinging insect allergy and offers expert care that may include allergy shots.
Educating the Next Generation
We are dedicated to preparing the next generation of leaders as academic clinicians and basic scientists in allergy and immunology. Fellows in the Allergy and Immunology Training Program receive clinical and research training in major conditions. Internal medicine residents also gain exposure to allergy and immunology patients as part of their general training.