Erin E. Kempe, DO

Dr. Erin Kempe joined Colorado Allergy and Asthma Centers in 2016. She is board certified by the American Board of Allergy and Immunology.

Dr. Kempe received her bachelor’s degree in Biology from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. She completed medical school at the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Erie, PA. She then moved to Portland, ME to complete a residency in pediatrics at Maine Medical Center. She completed her allergy and immunology fellowship training in Columbus, OH at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and Nationwide Children’s Hospital. She remained on faculty at Nationwide Children’s Hospital for one year after fellowship.

Dr. Kempe has participated in a variety of clinical research projects, covering topics such as inpatient allergy and immunology consultations, bathing practices in atopic dermatitis, and appropriate use of specific IgE testing in food allergy. She is a member of several national medical societies.

Dr. Kempe is passionate about maintaining strong relationships with her patients, and believes that the patient and the physician are a team when it comes to choosing the right treatment for each individual. She believes the first step to healing is understanding your symptoms, and works hard to ensure her patients understand the “why” behind each part of their treatment.

Dr. Kempe lives in Fort Collins with her husband and two young children. She enjoys yoga, reading, and the outdoors, and also loves cookies with new and local ingredients.

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IMPORTANT PLEASE READ: If you are a new patient or require testing, please stay off antihistamines for 7 days prior to your appointment. Also, if you are an established patient but have not been seen for over 3 years, you will need to schedule a New Patient Appointment.


Wisdom From Erin E. Kempe, DO

Help for Dry Hands During the COVID-19 Pandemic

08.17.2016 | Erin Kempe, DO

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the CDC has recommended increased handwashing as well as the use of hand sanitizer whenever handwashing is not feasible.  This can certainly help prevent the spread of disease, but can also result in dry, irritated hands.  Here are some tips for keeping your hands from becoming over-dry while... Read more »

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