Food Allergy Institute Expands To New Clinic

Largest food allergy and anaphylaxis treatment center of its kind helps more children achieve Food Freedom LONG BEACH, CA (May 07, 2021) – The Southern California Food Allergy Institute (SCFAI) today opened the doors to their new Willow Clinic located in Signal Hill, CA. The largest site expansion in SCFAI history, since its founding in 2015, comes after a year of continued patient care throughout the pandemic, marking significant growth in demand for the revolutionizing food allergy and anaphylaxis treatment program.

Known for their Tolerance Induction Program (TIP™), the specialized treatment program is entirely dependent on a patient’s data and uniquely tailored to their food allergy needs. Built on over a decade of diagnostic data collected, with a 99% success rate TIP™ has helped over 10,000 children with food allergies and anaphylaxis achieve true Food Freedom – the ability to eat whatever they want, whenever they want, in unlimited quantities, without fear of reaction.

“The opening of this second clinic is a milestone for our organization, “said Founder and Chief Executive Officer Dr. Inderpal Randhawa. “We are here with these children every step of the way,” he added, “expanding our resources and team so we can help more children with food allergies achieve a life-changing Food Freedom.”

The new Willow Clinic will be located at 2704 E. Willow Street in Signal Hill, CA, conveniently close to Headquarters and downtown Long Beach. All food challenge visits will take place at the new clinic, providing patients and their families a familiar environment to pass their challenges and safely eat an adult-sized dose of an allergic food.

About Us:
Our non-profit, the Southern California Food Allergy Institute is a division in the Translational Pulmonary and Immunology Research Center (TPIRC). It is a cutting-edge clinical care and research center that is revolutionizing food allergy treatment. We are dedicated to providing innovative and safe treatment for the six million children in the United States who suffer from food allergies and anaphylaxis. Our goal is simple — for all children to safely eat whatever they want, in any amount – without the fear of a reaction.