Ensuring the safety of our patients is our utmost priority. We want you to know that we are closely monitoring the COVID- 19 situation and taking steps to keep everyone as safe as possible. At this time, in order to protect the safety of our patients and preserve our ability to staff our sites with our talented specialty doctors and teams, ENTA will be limiting patient access at several clinical locations. For a complete list, click here.
Many of our locations will be open for allergy shots and biologic therapies during this time, but also on a limited schedule. Please contact your office for the availability of these hours. For complete information on the latest restrictions and screening process, please click here.
In response to the current emergency situation all our locations will be offering Virtual Office Visits with your local ENTA doctors. For more information, please click here.
Dr. Erin McGintee is a native of East Hampton. She obtained her medical degree at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, where she was a member of the AOA Medical Honor Society. She received her pediatric training at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, which is consistently ranked the number one children’s hospital in America by US News and World Report. Following residency, Dr. McGintee further pursued subspecialty training during a three-year fellowship in allergy and immunology at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, with adult cross training at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. She is board certified in both pediatrics and allergy and immunology.
Following the completion of her training, Dr. McGintee remained at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia as an attending physician in the Division of Allergy and Immunology from July 2006 until June 2009. She has now chosen to return home to the Hamptons to join Peconic ENT and Facial Plastic Surgery. Dr. McGintee practices both adult and pediatric allergy and clinical immunology, with specific interests including asthma, atopic dermatitis, food allergy, and allergic rhinoconjunctivitis/sinusitis.
Southampton Hospital's Tick-Borne Disease Resource Center hosted a lecture by Erin McGintee, MD of ENT & Allergy Associates to learn about the α-gal allergy, which can cause patients, bitten by a Lone Star Tick, to develop an allergic reaction to red meat.
American Board of Pediatrics, 2003
American Board of Allergy and Immunology, 2006
Medical School: State University of New York at Stony Brook School of Medicine
Residency: The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Fellowship: The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
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