Westside Allergy Care, is a medical specialty practice dedicated to the care of patients with allergies, asthma and related conditions. Founded in 1986 by Dr. Scott Valet, Westside Allergy Care has grown to become one of the Rochester area’s leading Allergy and Asthma group practices.We appreciate the support and confidence placed in us by patients, their families and referring physicians that has made our success possible. Our offices are conveniently located in Greece, Brockport, and Batavia. We welcome new patients. Your appointment will be scheduled in a timely manner. You will see one of our board certified allergy physicians at your initial visit and at every follow up appointment. We will listen to your questions and concerns and address as many as we can, both at the time of your visit and afterward.
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Why Choose Us?
Our primary goal is to provide allergy and asthma care to persons of all ages in a specialty group practice that is large enough to meet your needs, yet small enough to deliver personalized care.
We are committed to spending as much time as needed with you to understand and evaluate your problems and to use proven and successful strategies tailored to individualized needs to overcome the burden of allergic disease.
We are committed to working with you, your primary physician and your insurance company, to coordinate affordable and convenient care.
As an independent medical practice, free of financial arrangements with drugs companies and hospitals, we are committed to making you, the patient, the sole focus of our efforts.
Dr Adler/ Dr Valet
News and Education:
In July,2010, the Greece office moved from Latona Road to 99 Canal Landing in the Canal Ponds office complex. In January of 2011, Westside Allergy Care expanded to Batavia where we provide full service care to our patients every Wednesday.
The Greece Office continues to be open Monday through Friday for your convenience. Our billing department is located in Greece to help answer any question.
New Breathing Test
We can now perform a breathing test called the exhaled nitric oxide. It is a simple test that can help us identify the level of allergy related inflammation in your lungs. It can help us adjust your medications and better manage your asthma. At your visit we will decide whether or not this is appropriate for you.
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