Allergy Injections

If you are a student needing consistent allergy injections, it may be possible to continue them at the Student Health Center. Our nurses are highly trained in administering these shots. We require specific orders from the doctor who prescribed the antigen, as well as for the antigen itself and an MD, to be on the premises during the injections. Prior to initiating the shots, you need to schedule a nursing visit at the health center to review your allergist's orders and our policy. This initial visit and subsequent allergy injection visits are offered for a reasonable charge with total costs dependant on the number of injections needed. Please see below for specific instructions and call 310.506.4316, option 3, for more information or to schedule an appointment to organize your care.

Allergy Injection Requirements

  • Student must contact the Student Health Center (SHC) at least one month prior to starting allergy injections at the SHC through the patient portal
  • Student must have received injections with allergists for at least one month without severe reactions prior to starting injections at the SHC
  • Student must have allergist complete allergy injection instruction documentation (student will need to contact SHC for documents)
  • Student must have records of at least their last four injections with their allergist
  • Once on campus, student will need to make an appointment to complete patient agreement forms for allergy injections and go over allergy injection instructions prior to beginning injections at the SHC
  • Student has a better chance of being approved if they submit their request one month prior to the start of the semester in which they want to start their injections as there are more spots available at that time
  • Requests can take up to two weeks to process and approval is not guaranteed