Meet Your Doctor

  • Mohamed Yassin

    Dr. Mohamed Yassin is a board certified practicing allergist at Allergy, Asthma & Pulmonary Associates in St. Cloud, Minnesota since 1992.  He is a nationally known speaker in the field of allergy and asthma. Learn more about the doctor here.

Welcome to Our Practice

Allergy, Asthma & Pulmonary Associates, PA St. Cloud, MN

We are pleased to welcome you to our practice. We want all our patients to be informed decision makers and fully understand any health issues you face. That's why we've developed a website loaded with valuable information about our services. We encourage you to visit this site whenever you have concerns related to your health.

Our website also provides you with background about our  doctors office hours , insurance policies, appointment procedures,  maps directions  to our office(s) and other useful information. We know how hectic life can be and are committed to making our practice convenient and accessible. We want you to feel confident that when you choose Allergy, Asthma & Pulmonary, you're working with doctors and other professionals who are qualified, experienced and caring.

Please take a few moments to look through this website to get a better feel for Allergy, Asthma & Pulmonary's capabilities and services. We also invite you to email or call us at any time to  request an appointment  or ask any questions. Thank you.

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Information About Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) If you are experiencing symptoms of fever, cough, or shortness of breath AND have traveled to or from any area where there is outbreak of COVID-19 New York, Washington State OR have been exposed to someone sick with COVID-19 in the last 14 days, or have been at large meetings or sporting events recently, you may call your primary physician to report your concerns and receive guidance on next steps that are right for you. Unfortunately, there is evidence of community spread of COVID-19. So, if you have symptoms of fever, cough, or shortness of breath, please call your primary for virtual or inhouse evaluation and testing if deemed necessary. STAY CALM and make sure you are receiving information from reliable sources, DON’T believe everything you read on the internet. BE PATIENT as recommendations will change as we have more information. Also please keep in mind that healthcare systems and doctors’ offices are receiving a lot of calls right now. Emergency rooms and hospitals may soon become full. Everyone is doing the best they can to answer your questions and take care of you and your family members. BE KIND. No one is closing businesses, schools, sporting events, etc., because they want to. This is necessary at this time to reduce the spread of the virus. Consider helping your neighbors. Early information out of China, where COVID-19 first started, shows that some people are at higher risk of getting very sick from this illness. This includes: • Older adults (especially age 60 and older) • Smokers Pay attention for potential COVID-19 symptoms, including fever, cough, and shortness of breath. If you feel like you are developing symptoms, call your doctor for direction of what to do. This situation is changing daily so pay attention to recommendations from the CDC (Center of Disease Control) For the most recent updates: CDC-Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) Website If you develop emergency warning signs for COVID-19, get medical attention immediately. In adults, emergency warning signs include: • Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath • Persistent pain or pressure in the chest • New confusion or inability to arouse • Bluish lips or face Please note that current data is showing that co-infection (i.e., having more than one virus) is low, meaning if you test positive for flu or RSV, then you do not have COVID-19. Should consider not to travel internationally, but if you have to, please check with the CDC and WHO for updates and advice/travel advisories where you plan to travel. Those that are elderly and/or with chronic medical conditions (heart disease, any lung condition-including unstable asthma (if using daily asthma medications, you should be fine), diabetes, etc. should avoid large crowds and unnecessary travel. For asthmatics; Keep your asthma under control by taking your daily asthma medications regularly and take the maximum recommended dose. Example if you were taking Advair, Symbicort, Dulera, Flovent, Qvar once a day INCREASE IT TO TWICE A DAY. In my office, I do take care of Immunodeficient patients, please don’t schedule if you have fever and cough, call your primary office for testing. Mohamed Yassin, MD, FAAAAI