Faith Community Hospital Texas

Faith Community Hospital 215 Chisholm Trail Jacksboro, TX 76458


Allergy Services

What we offer

Our new partnership will Allergy Services of America, LLC (ASA) has enabled GMA to offer a complete spectrum of allergy testing and immunotherapy to our patients. All testing and treatment will be performed right in the clinic by our allergy technician.

Allergy Clinics

Our clinics (located in Bowie & Jacksboro) is staffed by our trained allergy technician under the supervision of ASA’s Director of Clinical Allergy Services. This eliminates the need for the physician to out-source allergy testing and have to wait for results.


 Your physician may recommend allergy skin testing to identify specific allergens that are causing your symptoms. Skin testing is generally performed by pricking your skin with allergen extracts to evaluate the skin reaction to the allergen.

Allergen Immunotherapy

This type of treatment is the only form of therapy for allergic disease that can lead to complete resolution of symptoms without medications and, when administered to children, may prevent the development of further allergic disease.

Subcutaneous Immunotherapy

Subcutaneous Immunotherapy (SCIT), commonly known as “allergy shots,” is the most effective treatment available for symptoms caused by exposure to specific allergens including airborne allergens.

SCIT is administered by injection, gradually increasing doses of an allergen over a period of weeks or even month’s until the desired target dose is achieved.

Sublingual Immunotherapy

Sublingual Immunotherapy (SLIT) is a type of immunotherapy that allows the patient to place drops of allergen extracts under their tongue.

Commonly known as “allergy drops, SLIT is an alternative treatment for allergy shots. SLIT is painless and can be administered by the patient at home.


The most common and undiagnosed, diseases are allergies. Over 50 million people in America suffer from allergies, and approximately 55 percent of all U.S. citizens test positive to one or more allergens.

 Allergies can be managed using various treatment programs that are available today and will lead you to a better quality of life. If you suspect that you may be suffering from allergies and your symptoms are recurring, contact your Primary Care Physician immediately.

If your doctor confirms you are susceptible to environmental allergens, ask your doctor if you are a candidate for Immunotherapy or SLIT therapy. Both have been proven to desensitize the body and treat the cause versus the symptoms.

For more information about our allergy clinics contact us at:

Faith Community Rural Health Clinic | Jacksboro — 940.567.5528

Faith Community Rural Health Clinic | Bowie — 940.872.1121