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Work Environment

Allergists/immunologists often work in offices, hospitals, or other health care facilities, where they work with nurses and other doctors. Most physicians' offices are well maintained, as a clean environment is essential to good practice. Allergists/immunologists who work in hospitals may have an office there. In general, like all doctors, allergists/immunologists must work well with administrative and support staff, nurses, and other health care professionals to provide their patients with the best care possible.

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