Mercy Medical Group can help you get control of your asthma symptoms.
With new guidelines and specialized services for asthma treatment, our patients can expect:
If you are suffering from asthma symptoms, one of our highly educated and qualified team members will meet with you for an evaluation. Upon evaluation of your symptoms and lung function, a referral to an allergist (for asthma due to allergies) or a pulmonologist (for asthma related to lung function) may be provided if necessary to further determine the best course of action to control your asthma. Asthma Care will also provide:
When you need to see a specialist - Learn more with this Asthma Care Specialist Referral Checklist.
Pollen Count - Asthma and allergies are often related. Check today’s pollen count to see if that is triggering your asthma symptoms.
Asthma Control - Take this self-test to determine whether your asthma is in control.
American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology - Learn more about asthma symptoms, treatment and related allergies.
Asthma severity varies from person to person. Most people who have asthma develop their first symptoms while still young. About half show symptoms before age 10 and an additional third before age 40. But anyone can develop asthma at any time.
This checklist will help determine if you should be referred to an Asthma Care specialist. Once you have been evaluated, a referral to an allergist, immunologist or pulmonologist may be offered if deemed necessary.