Students may continue their allergy immunotherapy treatment while classes are in session. The Student Health Services nurse coordinates the care of the student with the student’s personal allergist.

Allergy injections are only given during the nurse practitioner or doctors hours. Student Health Services reserves the right to refer complicated allergy problems to a specialist outside Student Health Services.

Any students wishing to continue their allergy immunotherapy are recommended to download and complete the following forms and return them to:

Rider University
Student Health Services
2083 Lawrenceville Road
Lawrenceville, New Jersey 08648

Students are required to remain in the Health Center for 30 minutes after receiving allergy injections. Students must arrive at least one-half hour before the end of clinic hours.

Allergy Clinic Hours
Check hours of operation for a listing of the doctor or nurse practitioners hours.

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609-896-5060 / / First floor of Poyda C Residence Hall, Lawrenceville Campus
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