Hamsa N. Subramanian, MD

Hamsa N. Subramanian

Contact Information

  • Office 314-872-3104
  • After Hours 314-872-3104
  • Fax 314-994-7105

Specialties

Main Location

Signature Allergy & Immunology
555 N New Ballas Road
Suite 215
St. Louis, MO 63141
314-872-3104
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Other Locations

Signature Allergy & Immunology – Sullivan
965 Mattox Drive
Building B
Sullivan, MO 63080
314-872-3104

Hospital Affiliations

Missouri Baptist Medical Center

Areas of Interest

Allergy-Related Conditions, Treatment for Asthma and Hives, Skin Disorders, Eczema, Contact Dermatitis, Non-Allergic Rhinitis, Acute and Chronic Sinusitis, Recurrent Infections, Primary Immune Deficiencies

About

Dr. Subramanian is a board-certified allergist and immunologist who treats both children and adults. Her primary focus is educating and counseling patients, especially those with food allergies.

Outside of work, Dr. Subramanian likes to travel, volunteer in the community, and spend time with her family.

Dr. Subramanian accepts all major insurances. For more information, please visit our Insurance page.

Education

Medical School: Thanjavur Medical College
Residency: Internal Medicine, St. Mary's Hospital
Fellowship: Allergy and Immunology, Washington University

Certifications & Organizations

American Board of Internal Medicine
American Board of Allergy and Immunology

  • Video Transcript

    Hi, I'm Dr. Hamsa Subramanian. I'm a board certified allergist in Signature Medical Group. I love being an allergist. My patients are great; it's always exciting to see new cases. There's always some challenge.

    St. Louis is very unique because we are situated between the Missouri and the Mississippi. There's a lot of mold, there's a lot of humidity and we have good, clear four seasons which brings in our four, good seasonal allergies as well.

    There are excellent medications: safe preventive medications that you can take and still be a wonderful outdoor person so you can enjoy your walks, your hikes, your running outside, and all your activities without having to stop them.

    One of the key aspects of treating a patient is education. There are medications, we can always write a prescription, you can always take them, but remember: education is as important as taking a medication. Understanding what you have; getting a good feel for what you have from a person who is trained is a part of your treatment and I think focusing on education equally as I focus on medication is very important in my approach to a patient.