AAAM Welcome

Welcome to Allergy & Asthma Associates of Maine

We are a full-service Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Practice serving the greater Portland area. Our doctors have over 30 years of experience treating allergy, asthma and immunological conditions. We treat all ages, infant through adult and take all forms of insurance, including Medicaid and Medicare. New Patients must be referred by your doctor, regardless of insurance status. Patients are seen by appointment only. Our main office is located at 195 Fore River Parkway, Suite 410 in Portland. For your convenience we also have satellite offices in Kennebunk, Lewiston, and Manchester. Our doctors are associated with most area hospitals including Maine Medical Center, Mercy Hospital, and Southern Maine Health Center.

For directions try Google Maps or Mapquest.

Tuesday and Thursday Shot Room Hours

Beginning May 1st, we will be resuming our normal shot room hours on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Please check the Shot Room page for more details.

New Patient Portal

As part of our mission to provide the best quality care, we have implemented a new electronic health record and patient portal. Please contact our office to register for our new patient portal. Once you have registered, click here to access the portal.

New Shot Room Hours For Our Portland Location Beginning 2017

The shot room in the Portland office will be closed on Tuesday and Thursday mornings beginning January 3rd, 2017. Thew new shot room hours will be:

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday- 8AM to 11AM and 1PM to 4PM
Tuesdays- Noon to 6PM
Thursdays- Noon to 4PM

No Late Shot Room Hours on 12/20/2016

There will be no late shot room hours on Tuesday, December 20th. We will be closing the shot room at 4pm.

No Flu Shot Clinic in 2016

Due to the ease of accessibility of the flu vaccine, we will not be having a flu shot clinic this year.

In The News: Dr. Cardona Quoted in BBC Article

Dr. Ivan Cardona was quoted in a BBC health article related to a recent review paper he wrote on bathing frequency in pediatric eczema (atopic dermatitis). Check it out by clicking here.

We're Moving: New Kennebunk Location

Please be aware that we have a new address in Kennebunk. Our new address will be 2 Independence Drive, Kennebunk, ME 04043. We are seeing patients in the New England Cancer Specialist building. Please go in their front door, check in with the receptionist and they will let us know you have arrived.

Dr. Cardona's Op-Ed On Penicillin Allergies

Click here to read!

New Patients, Please Note

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Allergy & Asthma Associates of Maine and the MMC Research Institute Studying Effects of Bathing on Children’s Eczema

Does bathing impact a child’s eczema? That’s a question Dr. Ivan Cardona and Dr. Erin Kempe, from Allergy & Asthma Associates of Maine and the MMC Research Institute, are asking. A team led by Erin Kempe, DO, and Ivan Cardona, MD, is conducting a clinical research study to understand the best method of treatment for atopic dermatitis with regard to frequency and duration of bathing.

Participants will be provided free moisturizers and cleansers, as well as individualized treatment information on the best way to treat eczema.
The study is accepting participants who meet the following eligibility requirements:
       · Between the ages of 6 months and 11 years
       · Diagnosed with moderate to severe atopic dermatitis
       · Must have parental consent


The study will take place over the course of a month, consisting of four office visits ranging from 1 to 2 hours in length. These office visits could occur at any of our four locations: Portland (195 Fore River Pkwy # 410), Manchester (1053 Western Avenue), or Kennebunk (2 Livewell Drive North Tower) offices.

Participants in the study must arrange for their own transportation.


Anna Cloutier, study coordinator at

Ivan Cardona, MD (207) 774-9839
Erin Kempe, DO, (812) 272-8983