About AAAMH

Allergy and Asthma Associates of Murray Hill (AAAMH) is a professional association of allergists and immunologists of Murray Hill. The AAAMH is dedicated to improving the quality of patient care in allergy and immunology through research, advocacy and professional public education.

AAAMH is a professional association of board certified allergist/immunologists situated in the heart of Murray Hill which is close to the subway and transportation hubs, including Penn Station, Grand Central Station and the Port Authority Bus Terminal. AAAMH is conveniently located to meet the needs of patients from not only Manhattan but also the outer boroughs and surrounding suburbs. AAAMH is dedicated to improving the quality of patient care in allergy, asthma and immunology through research, advocacy and professional public education.

AAAMH specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of allergic diseases and immunologic diseases. These include: Asthma; Allergic Rhinitis and conjunctivitis (nose and eye allergy); Sinusitis; Nasal Polyps; Hives; Eczema; Allergy to Animals, Latex and/or Insects; Drug Allergies. AAAMH treats both children and Adults. The practice offers a full array of diagnostic and therapeutic services in a warm and welcoming setting. After diagnostic testing is completed AAAMH doctors tailor a treatment program for each patient to relieve symptoms and control allergies. AAAMH strives to focus on patients’ health and improve the quality of their lives. While addressing medical needs, AAAMH always remain cognizant of the psychosocial aspects of allergic disease.

We also specialize in diagnosing and treating primary immunodeficiency syndromes which are a group of more than 200 rare, chronic hereditary or genetic disorders in which part of the body’s immune system is missing or functions improperly.Some affect a single part of the immune system; others may affect one or more components of the system. Because one of the most important functions of the normal immune system is to protect us against infection, patients commonly have recurrent infections, but can also have autoimmune disease, malignancies, and other complications.