West Hartford location closing permanently in June 2023

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. 

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Welcome Morgan Denno, APRN!

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 

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Good Luck to Nurse Rachel!

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 

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NEFATC In the News – Connecticut Health I-Team

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/

Our Peanut Desensitization Program In The News

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.