Children's Hospital Colorado


Our experts offer comprehensive, leading-edge care for children with allergies in six convenient Colorado locations.

In our clinics, we believe a multidisciplinary approach to allergy management is the best way to improve quality of life for our young patients. We are a national referral center staffed by highly skilled and trained pediatric allergy specialists. Children's Hospital Colorado's emergency and inpatient services include a variety of pediatric subspecialists, strengthening to our ability to provide a full-spectrum of care.

6 Convenient Locations
27 Dedicated Pediatric Team Members
1,000 Food Challenges Available Each Year

Extensive diagnostic testing is available for both infants and older children, and an experienced staff of doctors, nurses, dieticians, psychologists, social workers and child life therapists work together to evaluate and treat patients with allergies. Our team approach also incorporates family involvement and involves close collaboration with your child’s primary care provider. Meet our team of pediatric allergy specialists.

Our areas of expertise include: asthma, exercise-induced asthma, vocal cord dysfunction, allergic and non-allergic rhinitis, chronic sinusitis, atopic dermatitis, food allergy, drug allergy, animal allergy, environmental allergies, insect sting sensitivity, angioedema, acute and chronic urticaria (hives) and anaphylaxis.

Allergy services offered

  • Allergy evaluations, including a thorough history and physical examination
  • Allergen skin testing
  • Laboratory testing
  • Pulmonary function testing
  • Radiographic imaging, including CT and MRI scans
  • Exercise, food and drug challenges
  • Allergen immunotherapy

Allergy research

The allergy specialists at Children's Colorado are leaders in allergy research and treatments. In conjunction with the University of Colorado School of Medicine, we provide professional education and knowledge advancement through research. Our specialists are on the forefront of evaluating new methods of allergy testing and allergy treatment. Our researchers work to understand allergic and inflammatory reactions, and then seek new ways to safely regulate those responses. 

Our multidisciplinary Asthma Clinic

The Children’s Colorado asthma treatment programs also include the Multidisciplinary Asthma Clinic. The Multidisciplinary Asthma Clinic began in 2015, focusing on children with severe, difficult to treat asthma who may benefit from a shared pulmonary and allergy appointment. Patients also have the opportunity to meet with social work, nutrition and speech therapy.

Providers and clinic staff assist with any areas that may trigger the patient’s asthma, including the environment, home, school and barriers to getting and taking medication. These appointments are held in the Multidisciplinary Clinic on the second floor of the Anschutz Medical Campus.

Gastrointestinal Eosinophilic Diseases Program

The Gastrointestinal Eosinophilic Diseases Program (GEDP) is dedicated to providing outstanding multidisciplinary care for children with eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases (EGIDs). The GEDP is the only multidisciplinary program caring for children with EGIDs in the Rocky Mountain region and is one of the few programs in the country to include feeding specialists and behavioral health professionals in a team approach of treating children with EGIDs. We gladly accept referrals from across the nation.

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Children's Colorado in the news

NBC News

Study Finds People Who Think They're Allergic to All Tree Nuts May Not Be

A study published in Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology found that people who are allergic to one nut may not necessarily be allergic to other types of nuts. "The practice of avoiding all peanut and tree nuts because of a single-nut allergy may not be necessary," said Dr. Matthew Greenhawt, co-author of the study. Read the article in NBC News and see additional coverage in Forbes.