Now Offering: Southwest Health’s ENT Allergy Testing and Treatment

Southwest Health now offers allergy consultations and testing. Our board-certified ENT specialist, Kyle Quillin, DO, will work with you one-on-one to determine the best course of action to help you get back to living your life.

Meet Kyle Quillin, DO

Board-Certified ENT Specialist

Dr. Kyle Quillin, Southwest Health’s full-time ENT provider, sees patients in the Specialty Clinic. His Otolaryngology Residency encompasses allergy, and he has completed additional training through the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy. Dr. Quillin now offers testing, education, and treatment plans for each person’s unique needs and environment. Born and raised in southwest Wisconsin, he has made it his life’s work to improve the quality of life in his patients.

Adult Southwest Health patients can make consultations to determine if they should be tested for environmental allergies. Dr. Quillin will discuss, one-on-one, if allergy testing is appropriate. If people suspect they have mild to moderate allergies or have been referred by their primary care provider, they can now be tested and treated close to home.

If you would like to schedule an allergy consultation with Kyle Quillin, DO, contact the Specialty Clinic at Southwest Health by calling (608) 342-5060.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • I want to set up an appointment, what are my next steps? You will need to contact the Specialty Clinic at Southwest Health by calling (608) 342-5060. From there, you will set up a consultation with Dr. Quillin to discuss if you are a candidate for allergy testing.
  • Who can be tested for allergies? Currently, Dr. Quillin is only testing adults who suspect they have mild to moderate allergy symptoms.
  • I currently get treated for allergies with a different provider, but I want to make the switch. Can I be seen at Southwest Health? If you decide to be seen by Dr. Quillin, you will need to have a consultation and be re-tested for allergies.
  • Does Dr. Quillin test for food or drug allergies? Currently, Dr. Quillin only tests for environmental allergies.