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Reliant Medical Group Phone number for Reliant Medical Group: (800) 283-2556

Michele Gottlieb
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Overall Patient Rating

4.8 out of 5 stars - 75 total ratings

“As an allergist/immunologist I have the ability to make an enormous impact in the quality of a patient’s life.”

Always fascinated by the human body, Dr. Michele Gottlieb enjoys helping patients with their allergy and immunology issues. She first became interested in allergy and immunology during her residency when she completed two rotations at the John Hopkins Allergy and Immunology Clinic. Wanting to continue to help patients with allergic and immunological problems, she decided to perform a fellowship at Johns Hopkins University and become an allergist. “I truly love helping patients with allergies and other immune system problems, it’s a field where you never stop learning,” she explains.

Dr. Gottlieb can help patients with many problems including life threatening food and drug allergies, difficult to control asthma, bee venom allergies, allergic rhinitis, as well as difficult to control eczema, hives and angioedema. Dr. Gottlieb also performs skin testing for allergies, as well as immunotherapy and pulmonary function testing. She also performs oral food challenges (OFC) to help patients determine if they are allergic to certain foods. “I consider myself a partner in caring for my patients and enjoy working closely with them to find the right treatment,” she explains.

Dr. Gottlieb is a strong believer in utilizing the latest treatments in allergy care, including biological therapies. “We have the ability to make an enormous impact in the quality of a patient’s life. For instance, some of the newer biological medications for difficult to control eczema have allowed people to reduce their symptoms with minimal side effects. New immunotherapies have also allowed people to perform outdoor activities during high pollen season and enjoy being around their pets without suffering allergy symptoms. I really enjoy using my skills and knowledge to make the world better – one patient at a time.”

In her free time, Dr. Gottlieb enjoys gardening, cooking, hiking, traveling, and spending time with her family and her dog, “Gypsy.”