About Us

The Allergy, Asthma and Clinical Research Center was established in 1987 and provides asthma and allergy care for adults and children, striving to achieve a culture of excellence. The staff identify with the office values and our priority: PATIENT CENTERED HEALTH CARE. Each staff member takes responsibility for the best patient experience and outcome, utilizing the most current medical and research information. We focus on outcomes and seek to build accountability. We are actively involving our patients in their own care while implementing quality and cost-effective medical care that meets the patient’s needs. We listen to our patients and are attuned to their suggestions.

Dr. Martha Tarpay

Dr. Martha Tarpay is the Founder and Physician of the Allergy, Asthma and Clinical Research Center. She trained at the National Asthma Center in Denver, the most renowned respiratory center in the United States. With over 26 years of clinical experience in allergy and asthma, she treats both adult and pediatric patients and is a member of several prestigious organizations including the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, the American Medical Association and the Oklahoma State Medical Association.

Dr. Florina Neagu

Dr. Florina Neagu joins Allergy and Asthma Research Center as a board-certified allergist/clinical immunologist. Dr. Neagu is very thorough and detail-oriented which has allowed her to care for complicated patients and those with multiple needs. She listens carefully to the concerns of her patients and personalizes treatment plan for each individual.

Our Staff

We are committed to our patient's health and satisfaction. Our staff includes Certified Physician Assistants experienced in adult and pediatric respiratory care and together with our administrative and nursing staff; we focus on giving our patients the best care possible.

In the News

Dr. Tarpay featured on KFOR-TV

According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, Oklahoma City, OK, is one of the worst cities in the nation for allergies. Dr. Tarpay offers tips to keep pollen at bay:

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The incidence of peanut allergy has significantly increased during the last 2 decades. A new study, the LEAP trial suggest that eating peanut early( during the first year of life ) may be associated with reduced risk of peanut allergy. Ten international medical organization created a " Consensus Communication "  an interim guidance for high risk infants. We expect new guidelines regarding feeding practices for healthy and high risk infants.  

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