The Allergy & Asthma Group is dedicated to serving our community and surrounding areas with the absolute best care.
We offer state-of-the-art treatment, consistent patient care, and unmatched customer service. Our focus is on identifying and treating the underlying disease state, not just treating symptoms. This comprehensive approach is one of many reasons that separates us from others in this specialty.
The physicians of The Allergy & Asthma Group are Board Certified in adult and pediatric asthma, allergy, and immunology by American Board of Allergy & Immunology.
What are TAAG patients saying about their experience with our office?
"The staff at TAAG are wonderful and extremely helpful. The improvements I have seen in my symptoms the past four years have been wonderful." - Johnathan
"I love the time the staff spends explaining what is happening and the diagnosis." - Danielle
"What an awesome group! Curt Chaffin, M.D. and Geri Gannaway, FNP are wonderful to work with. They are very warm and personable. The entire staff is thorough and ready to answer any questions you might have. Very positive experience!" - Beth
"My 6-yr old daughter and I have been getting allergy shots here for almost 2 years. The shot clinic staff are fantastic and great with children. Our experience at this office has always been top-notch." - Emily
TAAG Office News
TAAG has merged with Galen Medical Group to better serve our patients!
TAAG has a new location in South Pittsburg, TN. Call our office to schedule your appointment!
Cleveland voted Dr.Hollie #1 Allergist for the Reader's Choice Award. Thank you!
We are pleased to announce Extended Shot Lab Hours at our Cleveland and Dalton offices.
Beginning on Thursday, January 8th TAAG Dalton and Cleveland offices will keep their shot labs open until 5:30pm each Thursday in 2015!
Our Gunbarrel office has extended office hours on Thursday afternoon. The shot lab is open until 7:30pm.
The Allergy & Asthma Group is awarded the Seal of Satisfaction Award
Latest Allergy News
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices voted that the nasal spray flu vaccine should not be used during the upcoming 2016-2017 flu season.
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