About Us

We are currently seeing patients from 7:00–5:00 Monday through Friday. Call our office to schedule an appointment at 405-752-0393.

Please keep in mind that during this time we are following the CDC's most up to date recommendations on precautions related to COVID-19. If you are experiencing any symptoms such as cough, fever, and shortness of breath or you have been around anyone who has been positive for COVID-19, please let us know prior to coming in.

We are located inside Mercy Tower (4200 W Memorial Rd, Suite 206), but during this time the Tower building is closed from the outside. You will have to enter the Mercy hospital outpatient entrance which is North from the Mercy Tower entrance. There will be workers at the entrance who will ask you some questions and take your temperature. They can guide you to the Mercy Tower building from that entrance. Please make sure you have a mask on prior to entering the facility.

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.

In the News

American Initiative in Mast Cell Diseases

I had the honor to attend the Inaugural Investigator Conference in May 2019 at Stanford University. "The mission of the American Initiative in Mast Cell Diseases (AIM) is to advance the research, education, and treatment of mastocytosis and related mast cell diseases."



Shared Decision Making

Recently in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology 2019, there was a review page on Shared Decision Making (SDM) for the allergist.




We have several studies going on that we are very excited about!

Dr. Tarpay featured on KFOR-TV

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