Campus Health provides a convenient location for the continuation of your allergy management and treatment while you attend NC State University. If you get regular allergy injections from an allergy specialist, under most circumstances, you can transfer your allergy injections to Campus Health to ensure that your current treatment plan is continued. Your allergy treatment must be initiated at your allergist office prior to your first allergy appointment at Campus Health. If you are suffering from allergy symptoms but are not currently seeing an allergist, a primary care provider at Campus Health can refer you to a local allergist.
Requirements that must be met to receive allergy injections at Campus Health:
- The student must have and maintain an allergist within 250 miles of the NC State Campus Health Center for the duration of their immunotherapy at Campus Health.
- The student must receive a minimum of three (3) on-schedule allergy injections with their allergist prior to receiving allergy injections at Campus Health.
- If the patient is taking a medication within the beta-blocker class of medications while receiving allergy injections at CH, they must also have a prescribed pre-medication regimen. This can be prescribed by their allergist or a CH allergy physician.
- The student must make every effort to remain compliant with their allergy injection schedule and care team instructions.
- The student must understand that an appointment may need to be rescheduled if our allergy team needs additional time to communicate with the office of the student’s Allergist and/or the team does not have the information on file needed to conduct the student’s allergy injection appointment safely.
Prior to Your Initial Visit
- Download the Allergy Injection Packet — please read and complete these forms with your allergist.
- Complete your Health History Form (found on the HealthyPack Portal).
- Upload flowsheets (paperwork documenting your history of allergy injections) and orders through the HealthyPack Portal.
- Once ALL forms from the packet have been completed and signed, they may be faxed back to us at 888-972-4158 or uploaded through the HealthyPack Portal.
- Forms will be reviewed by our staff. Once ALL required forms have been received and reviewed, you will be notified through the HealthyPack Portal to call 919-515-2563 and schedule your initial allergy visit. Appointments cannot be made online. You will not be able to store or receive your allergy injections at Campus Health until the initial appointment has been completed.
What To Bring To Your Initial Visit
- Allergy Serum
- Current Flowsheets (paperwork documenting your history of allergy injections)
- Your Epi-Pen (if required) — make sure it is not expired
- Download and complete the Physician Order for Allergy Immunotherapy — have your allergist complete this form.
- Download, complete and sign and date the annual PHI Authorization form.
- Upload both completed forms through the HealthyPack Portal.
- Current allergy flowsheets (paperwork documenting your history of allergy injections) and orders must be uploaded to the HealthyPack Portal or faxed to us at 888-972-4158.
- Forms will be reviewed by our staff. Once ALL required forms have been received and reviewed, you will be notified through the HealthyPack Portal to call 919-515-2563 and schedule your allergy injection visit. Appointments cannot be made online. You will not be able to store or receive your allergy injections at Campus Health until these steps have been completed.
Fees for Allergy Injections
There are fees associated with your allergy injections. Prior to your first appointment, please contact your health insurance provider to discuss your coverage and fees. It is the student’s responsibility to confirm that Campus Health has their current insurance information on file. Charges will be submitted to insurance, and any charges not covered by insurance are the responsibility of the student.
Allergy Contact Information
Phone: 919-515-2563 Fax: 888-972-4158