Greater Austin Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
Henry J Legere III, MD Neha Reshamwala, MD Eric D Schultz, DO, MPH
Ronald L Cox, MD Seth Hollander, MD
Dr. Legere is a Harvard-trained board certified Austin allergist (allergy physician or specialist) and performs a comprehensive medical evaluation of the patient to assess the severity of a patient’s condition, and to make an accurate diagnosis. Dr. Schultz is a board certified physician and can treat both children as well as adults for allergies and asthma. Dr. Schultz also completed three years of research at Duke University in pulmonary development and mast cell disease. Dr. Cox is out newest board certified allergist and is currently seeing patients in Bastrop, Westlake, and Four Points. Dr. Seth Hollander comes to us from Washington University and is a board certified allergist. Dr. Neha Reshamwala did a fellowship at Stanfod University and a residency at the University of Cailfornia at Irvine. The clinic of Austin allergists is fully equipped to perform various types of skin testing (allergy testing), breathing tests (asthma tests), and laboratory investigation to determine allergic sensitivities of an individual (blood allergy testing). Treatment by our Austin allergists includes medication, consultation on environmental control measures and immunotherapy.
Whether you live in North Austin, Cedar Park, Lakeway, Round Rock, Georgetown, Bastrop, South Austin or Oak Hill area, Central or West Austin, we have a location convenient for you. Our dedicated team is committed to providing each patient with an exceptional level of care and attention. At Greater Austin Allergy (formerly West Austin Allergy) we provide care to individuals suffering from allergy and immunologic related illnesses such as insect allergies, drug allergies, food allergies, asthma, hay fever, hives and immune deficiencies.
Many patients have inquired about allergy drops -- sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT). We do not offer this type of treatment. It has not been proven to be effective, it has questionable safety and it is not covered by insurance. We utilize the same high dose immunotherapy protocols that Dr. Legere brought with him from Harvard and MIT to provide optimal modulation of your immune system to treat your allergies effectively and safely in our office.
We are proud to be physician owned and operated. Our dedicated staff works together as a team to provide high-quality comprehensive care. Our compassionate and understanding team takes pride in paying close attention to each patient's needs.
We now have six locations for you to see one of our talented Austin allergists. Our primary Austin location is conveniently located in the Westlake Medical Center just off The Capital of Texas Highway (Loop 360) at Bee Caves Rd. Our Round Rock location is in the Seton Williamson County Hospital professional building, Medical Bldg 1 at 301 seton Parkway in suite 408. Our Oak Hill location is in the Seton Southwest Medical Center professional building. Four Points is located at RR 2222 and Hwy 620 and our Bastrop location is off of HWY 71. Our north Austin location is at 11770 Jollyville Rd just south of Oak Knoll on Jollyville. Our San Marcos location is on Hunter south of Stage Coach Rd.
We offer early morning hours Monday through Friday, extended evening hours on Wednesdays. We accept same-day appointments (based on availability).
Greater Austin Allergy accepts most major insurance plans.
Call for an appointment or email an appointment request for any of our7 locations:
Westlake: 5656 Bee Caves Rd, Suite G-201, Austin, 78746
North Austin: 11770 Jollyville Rd., Austin 78759
Round Rock: 301 Seton Pkwy, Ste 408, Round Rock, 78665
Oak Hill: 7900 FM 1826, Bldg 1,Suite 260, Austin, 78733
Four Points:10601 FM 2222, Suite P, Austin 78730
Bastrop: 3201 Hwy 71 East, St 101, Bastrop, 78602
San Marcos: 601A Leah Ave, San Marcos 78666
Phone: (512) 732-2774 Fax: (512) 329-6871
If you've got allergies and live in Austin, TX chances are you know more about allergies than the typical person with allergies living elsewhere. The following links take you to patient-friendly information provided by allergychannel.net (a physician-monitored resource) and other reliable patient education providers: