The New England Food Allergy Treatment Center (NEFATC) – West Hartford will be closing on June 23, 2023. Patients undergoing oral immunotherapy (OIT) build-up or needing follow-up visits have several options. Transfer your care to the New England Food Allergy Treatment Center Boston/Quincy, MA. Quincy location information is available on our website contact us page.
NEFATC – Boston is excited to welcome Morgan Denno, APRN to our medical staff. She will be starting on May 4th when the office re-opens!! ✨✨✨ Morgan is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She received her BSN at Western Connecticut State University and her MSN from Sacred Heart University. She began her clinical practice as a
From the day our doors opened at NEFATC I knew this was going to be more than a job. The past 9 years have been rewarding to me in a way words can never express. Personally, my daughter’s life changed forever due to OIT. As one of our first patients, she has been in maintenance
We were featured in an article about desensitization treatment from the Connecticut Health I-Team. Read the article below or contact us regarding our treatment options. (Photo by Carl Jordan Castro) https://c-hit.org/2019/12/30/desensitization-gives-some-children-with-food-allergies-a-viable-treatment-option/
The staff at NEFATC Boston would like to share their holiday spirit! Today is ugly sweater day!
Listen to Dr Vallen’s discussion with Jeffrey Davis, host of Radio Entrepreneurs, about New England Food Allergy Treatment Centers use oral immunotherapy to help patients with food allergies.
Please join us on November 7th from 5:30-8 pm for our first Open House. We are excited to welcome the Food Allergy families of Northern New England to our new facility that specializes in Oral Immunotherapy to Milk, Egg, Peanut, Tree Nut and Sesame Seed. Located at 700 Congress Street, Suite 305, Quincy, MA 02169, tour
Listen to what real patients with food allergy describe their desensitization experiences.
A Controversial Treatment for Peanut Allergies Patients get increasing doses of peanuts until they no longer suffer allergic reactions. Peanut M&M dispensers stand in the waiting room of the New England Food Allergy Treatment Center. Wall Street Journal: A Controversial Treatment for Peanut Allergies (PDF), or read on the WSJ website.
Watch the WTNH Channel 8 news story about the New England Food Allergy Treatment Center peanut desensitization programs.