Patient Information

Your First Appointment | Patient Forms
Insurance & Payment Information | Hospital Affiliations
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Your First Appointment

Please arrive early so that we can complete your initial paperwork. Also, please bring the following:

  • Patient's insurance card
  • List of current prescriptions and/or over-the-counter medication, including dose and frequency
  • Information about patient's medical and surgical history
  • Recent test results, x-rays, or relevant records
  • Any current inhalers or peak flow meters

Patient Forms

Please print out and complete the following forms and bring them with you to your appointment:

Insurance and Payment Information

The Allergy, Asthma and Clinical Research Center is a provider for most major insurance PPO plans, and provides insurance billing. You are responsible for co-payments or charges that are not covered by your insurance. If you have questions regarding billing or which insurance plans we accept, please contact us 405-752-0393. Questions regarding insurance coverage and benefits should be directed to your employer or insurance company.

Hospital Affiliations

We are affiliated with the following hostpitals:

Privacy Practices

Our Notice of Privacy Practices describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information. It is given to all new patients, and a copy is available upon request.

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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PEANUT ALLERGY

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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