Faculty cover an active consult service at Children’s Medical Center, Parkland Memorial Hospital, and UT Southwestern University Hospitals, as well as outpatient clinic services in Asthma, Allergy and Immunology at Children’s and the Aston Ambulatory Center.
The Clinical Immunology Program was awarded recognition by the Jeffrey Modell Foundation as a Center for Excellence for diagnosis and treatment of primary immunodeficiency diseases.
Directed by Dr. Maite de la Morena, the Immunology Program serves a large geographical referral area encompassing North Texas, eastern New Mexico, Oklahoma, western Louisiana, and southern Arkansas. This comprehensive program provides both diagnostic and state-of-the-art treatment opportunities for patients with primary immunodeficiency diseases.
Contributions of $2.35 million from The Robert H. Dedman Jr. Family Foundation, The Robert and Nancy Dedman Foundation, and Mrs. Robert H. Dedman, Sr. enabled the opening of a new Food Allergy Center in 2010. Under the direction of Dr. J. Andrew (Drew) Bird, Dedman Family Scholar in Clinical Care, the Food Allergy Center treats a broad range of allergic diseases in both inpatient and outpatient settings and will be conducting research that is instrumental in developing treatments and therapies.
The Crystal Charity Ball High-Risk Asthma Clinic, opened at Children’s Medical Center in Spring 2011, is directed by Dr. Indulekha Warrier. Children with moderate-to-severe asthma will be followed in this clinic, and a comprehensive management approach will be offered.
Learn more about our Pediatric Allergy, Asthma and Immunology patient care.
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