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Catherine Fuller, MD, is an allergy, asthma, immunology specialist treating patients of all ages in
West Los Angeles. She specializes in providing individualized care, allowing
enough time to evaluate and determine the cause of illness rather than simply treating the
symptoms. The practice’s overall treatment philosophy is to avoid the triggers and to use as few
medications to control the problem.

At Dr. Fuller’s practice, patients are educated on their conditions so they can participate in the
health care decision-making process. She avoids prescribing antibiotics unless they are
absolutely required, and patients are educated in preventive medicine.

Patients are welcomed in a warm, friendly environment where they receive a diagnosis and
individualized treatments for asthma, food allergies, skin conditions, and disorders of the
immune system. Knowing your allergic triggers can prevent serious allergic reactions such as
anaphylaxis. Dr. Fuller and her knowledgeable team offer comprehensive allergy testing and
recommendations for treating allergy symptoms.

Dr. Fuller has been named to Super Doctors of Los Angeles for over 13 years. She is also listed
as one of “America’s Top Physicians”. Use the online booking feature or call the practice to
schedule an appointment today.

Insurance Policy

Because personalized care and attention requires as much time as is needed, we do not contract with any private insurance companies at this time. Our staff will be happy to bill your insurance company for you as a courtesy in order to maximize your benefits and minimize your out-of-pocket expenses. We encourage you to contact your individual insurance plan to find out what your “out-of-network” benefits are, as they can vary significantly from plan to plan.


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Catherine Fuller, MD
11645 Wilshire Blvd, 1150
West Los Angeles, CA 90025
Phone: 310-828-7978
Fax: 310-909-1911

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