Allergy Associates of Northern Virginia

Sally Joo Bailey, M.D. - Diplomate of the American Board of Allergy and Immunology Specializing in Adult and Pediatric Allergy & Asthma

Welcome to Allergy Associates of Northern Virginia!
We are conveniently located at the Virginia Hospital Center Complex in Arlington, Virginia. The office of Dr. Sally Joo Bailey, where we offer comprehensive adult and pediatric allergy evaluation, education and treatment of allergies, asthma, cough, congestion, post nasal drip, food allergy, eczema, hives, eye allergy, and chronic sinusitis.

Our goals are to provide you with the highest quality of effective treatment of your symptoms. In reaching our goals, your symptoms of allergy, asthma and other allergic conditions should be minimized, leading to improved quality of life.

Let’s get started, call (703) 558-6040 today.
Featured Article: The Perfect Allergic Storm: Dr. Sally Joo Bailey’s current research
http://gumc.georgetown.edu/news/the-perfect-storm

WTOP 103.5 FM : Stress can make spring allergies worse: http://www.wtop.com/41/3594482/Stress-can-make-spring-allergies-worse

Washington Post: Good bye polar vortex, hello pollen vortex: http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/tidal-wave-of-pent-up-pollen-could-be-headed-our-way/2014/04/02/39e22592-b9e7-11e3-a397-6debf9e66e65_story.html

Closing and Changes: Updates on office hours, news, tips and more can be found on the AllergyNVA News page.   Recent items are also listed in the right hand column. 

Regular Shot Hours: Shot hours are Tuesday & Thursday mornings from 9:00am to 11:30am and afternoons from 1:00pm to 4:30pm.  Click here for further details about shots.

Sick Policy: Please Note: if you or your child are ill, for example has an upper respiratory illness (cold, RSV, croup, cough, or fever), please reschedule your appt. We have patients who are immune suppressed due to immune deficiencies and are more prone to serious complications even from the common cold. Please see you primary care physician or urgent care for acute illness.