Moore-100622-04018
 

Professional Affiliations:


American Association of Nurse Practitioners, American Association of Critical Care Nurses

Board Certified:


Family Nurse Practitioner

Education:


University of California Los Angeles, Master of Science in Nursing
Texas Christian University, Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Austin Moore, FNP-C

"The world of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology has sparked my interest for the last few years as it is a specialty where I can combine my skills from previous jobs with my interests. After graduating from nursing school at TCU, I spent 6 years working as a registered nurse in UCLA's Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. At UCLA I spent my days caring for every type of illness and emergency but became very accustomed to treating anaphylaxis and patients with asthma exacerbations. After many rewarding years in the hospital, I felt a calling to prevent these kinds of problems I see often in the hospital. To expand my knowledge and opportunities to help others, I pursued a Masters Degree in Nursing and graduated from UCLA as a Family Nurse Practitioner in 2021. My background as a bedside nurse in an ICU has given me critical thinking skills and I take pride in making patients feel heard. I have a strong passion for treating skin conditions and asthma, and have a new found interest in food allergies and immunotherapy.

In my spare time, I enjoy staying active by skiing, running, hiking and going to spin classes. Other passions include traveling, rooting for the Los Angeles Dodgers and TCU football, as well as cooking. Through both my professional and personal experiences, I am committed to help patients improve their health and quality of life as well as continue to learn from the amazing team that has built this practice. "

 

 

What's New

Allergy and Asthma Associates has established the Food Allergy Center, the first and only one of its kind in Orange County, to focus exclusively on the diagnosis and now treatment of food allergy. We are now offering oral immunotherapy. The purpose of oral immunotherapy (OIT) is to decrease your sensitivity to allergy-causing foods, so that exposure to the offending food (peanut, milk, egg, tree nuts etc.) will result in fewer and less severe symptoms in the event of an accidental exposure.

 

What Our Patients Say About Us

  • When I first got diagnosed with asthma it started off as exercised induced but throughout the years it became worse than that. Just a wind would make me feel like I needed to take my inhaler, a change in the weather and I had to take a breathing treatment. It was really hard especially for being an athlete, because you don’t want anything holding you back from what you love to do...

 
 

Two Locations to Serve You!

 

27800 Medical Center Road
Suite 244
Mission Viejo,
CA 92691

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15785 Laguna Canyon Road
Suite 100
Irvine,
CA 92618

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