Roseville
(916) 736-6644
(916) 774-0143
Office Hours
Mon - Fri
8AM - 5PM
Shot Hours
Mon:9AM - 6PM
Tue:7:30AM - 5PM
Wed:1pm - 5pm
Thu:8am - 5pm
Fri:7:30am -2:30pm

All locations will be closed.

*Last shot given 30 minutes prior to closing.
Sacramento
(916) 736-6644
(916) 774-0143
Office Hours
Mon - Fri
8am - 4:30pm
Shot Hours
Mon:8am - 4:30pm
Tue:8am - 4:30pm
Wed:8am - 4:30pm
Thu:8am - 4:30pm
Fri:8am - 3:30pm
*Last shot given 30 minutes prior to closing.

The Allergy Station would like to welcome Dr. Matthew Bowdish to the care team. Dr. Bowdish will be seeing patients at all locations beginning in January. You can learn more about him from the link below.

We are the comprehensive diagnostic and treatment center for asthma, allergy and immune-related conditions, operated as SACENT (Sacramento Ear, Nose, and Throat).

We are so glad you've found our practice. We look forward to caring for you.

For questions about appointments, please call (916) 736-6644. To transfer records please complete the proper release form(s). These forms, as well as new patient information forms, can be found on our patient forms or at SACENT’s website.

Travis
Miller
MD
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Travis
Miller

Hailing from Southern California by way of Michigan, Dr. Travis Miller brought his training, skills, love and compassion to Sacramento in 2006.

He couldn't dream of a better place to practice the art of medicine, or a better team to work with.

Dr. Travis Miller attended undergraduate studies at University of California, San Diego where he received his B.S. in Animal Physiology and Neuroscience. He also competed on the UCSD Men’s Swimming and Diving Team where he won 14 NCAA Division III titles (an NCAA Record) and received the UCSD Outstanding Student-Athlete Award in 1994. Dr. Travis Miller then graduated from medical school at the University of California, Los Angeles in June 1999. He completed residency training in Combined Pediatrics and Internal Medicine at the Los Angeles County – University of Southern California Medical Center in June 2003. He worked in private practice for one year, prior to completing formal training in Allergy and Clinical Immunology at the University of Michigan Medical Center. He worked at Capital Allergy and Respiratory Disease Center from August 2006 – November 2013. In December 2013, Dr. Travis Miller answered the call to found The Allergy Station, a greater Sacramento-based allergy practice devoted to cutting edge science and focusing on patient needs and positive outcomes.

Dr. Travis Miller has actively pursued research in acute asthma (residency), chronic sinus disease (fellowship), as well as Allergic Rhinitis, COPD, Celiac Disease, Chronic Urticaria and rare metabolic diseases. He has presented scientific research on the genetics of nasal polyps, aspirin exacerbated respiratory disease and treatment of chronic sinusitis. His clinical interests are broad and include asthma, sinusitis, immune deficiency, immuno-modulation and food allergy. Dr. Travis Miller enjoys speaking regionally to patient-directed support groups, hosting asthma screening fairs, and supporting community needs. In addition, Dr. Travis Miller has been an invited lecturer regionally, nationally and internationally.

Dr. Travis Miller faithfully serves on numerous leadership committees, including ACAAI and AAAAI committees, the BloodSource Board of Directors, WSAAI and CSAAI Board of Directors and the president of the John M. Sheldon Alumni Allergy Society (Michigan). He serves on the Editorial Board for the Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology and reviews for other scholarly allergy journals on an ad-hoc basis.

More importantly, he lives in Rocklin, California, with his wife and family whom he absolutely adores.

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Matthew
Bowdish
MD
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Matthew
Bowdish

Dr. Matthew Bowdish is a board-certified allergist & clinical immunologist. He joined the Allergy Station in early 2017 after working for seven years in private practice in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Publications
    • Storms W, Bowdish MS, Farrar JR. Omalizumab and Asthma Control in Patients with Moderate-to-Severe Allergic Asthma: A 6-year Pragmatic Review. Allergy & Asthma Proceedings. 2012 Vol 33(2): 172-177.
    • Bowdish MS. Immunodeficiency. In Buttaro TM, Trybulski J, Polgar-Bailey P, Sandburg-Cook J, editors. Primary Care: A Collaborative Practice, 4th Ed. Elsevier-Mosby Philadelphia. 2012. pgs 1224-1230.

Dr. Bowdish was raised in Newport Beach, California where he attended Newport Harbor High School. His passions as a young man included history, surfing and football. He attended Humboldt State University where he played football, rugby and eventually graduated with a major in Cellular-Molecular Biology and minors in Chemistry and Political Science. After college, Dr. Bowdish explored a possible career in biomedical research. He worked at UCLA School of Medicine in a lab examining HIV¹s effects on the immune system and later at a biotech company in San Diego that was developing gene therapy for a variety of cancers.

While Dr. Bowdish enjoyed research, he felt too isolated in the laboratory. Thus, he decided on a career in clinical medicine. He attended Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine, where he graduated 19th out of a class of one hundred. He was also involved in tutoring immunology & anatomy to his fellow students and being a member of NEOUCOM¹s chapter of the American College of Physicians.

Dr. Bowdish next undertook a residency in Internal Medicine at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in New Hampshire. Initially, he was interested in pursuing a career as a Gastroenterologist but fell in love with Allergy & Clinical Immunology during an elective during his intern year. After finishing residency in 2006, he started his three-year fellowship in Allergy & Clinical Immunology at Yale University School of Medicine.

Upon completion of his fellowship in 2009, Dr. Bowdish took a clinical position in Colorado. Apart from his clinical duties, he worked in research and was also an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Medicine at University of Colorado School of Medicine. Dr. Bowdish has also worked on advisory boards and has been a promotional speaker for a select number of companies.

When an opportunity to work with Dr. Miller at the Allergy Station opened up in 2016, Dr. Bowdish knew this was a great opportunity. Like Dr. Miller, Dr. Bowdish knows that the best health care is personalized medicine. He is committed to putting the patients first and understands that listening to our patients is often better than expensive diagnostic testing.

In his free time, Dr. Bowdish enjoys family time, college football, genealogy and travel.

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Evelyn
Keaton
ACNP-BC
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Evelyn
Keaton

Evelyn Keaton is a board certified Acute Care Nurse Practitioner specializing in the care of patients with allergic diseases. 

Evelyn received her Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Southern California in 1998 and worked as a bed-side nurse in the hospital setting for several years. In 2005 she received her Masters of Science in Nursing with a specialization in Acute Care Nurse Practitioner from the University of California Los Angeles. Prior to joining the Allergy Station @ SacENT, Evelyn worked at Capital Allergy and Respiratory Disease Center, and has been treating patients with allergic diseases for over 9 years. 

Evelyn works closely in consultation with Dr. Miller to establish a comprehensive plan of care for patients. As a Nurse Practitioner in an allergy practice she has the ability to diagnose and treat chronic and acute health problems, order and interpret diagnostic studies, as well as prescribe medications, treatments, and patient education.

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Testimonials
LaDamia King-Ray
5

LaDamia King-Ray

I absolutely love The Allergy Station!!! The staff is beyond amazing!!! I would give them 10 stars if I could.

2015-10-11 09:50:00 VIA Testimonial

Selena Murphy Srabian
5

Selena Murphy Srabian

We love Dr. Miller! He sees my son to mange his asthma and nut allergies. He is always up on the latest and we really trust him. He is WONDERFUL with children. My son has developed anxiety about his food allergies and Dr. Miller can always put him at ease when talking about it.

2016-06-15 13:45:00 VIA Testimonial

Julie Jones Clouse
5

Julie Jones Clouse

Excellent service at the Allergy Station today! Staff was so nice and respectful, there was a "kid" waiting room with toys for my two year old and of course Dr. Miller was exceptional with my son!! He spent time listening to my questions and concerns and he was fun and playful with my two year old. He's been the only doctor we've seen who could help diagnose my son and help find relief for him. I HIGHLY recommend going to see Dr. Miller at The Allergy Station!

2014-01-27 16:41:00 VIA facebook

Kristen Marie
5

Kristen Marie

Dr. Miller and his staff are fabulous. I am a very complicated allergy and asthma patient who should not live in the City of Trees but he and his staff are managing my symptoms fabulously until I can move out of the area and by ocean air in three years. Would give them more than five stars if I could.

2016-04-13 09:50:00 VIA Testimonial

Heather A
5

Heather A

Great place to take your family. It's always unnerving to go to the Dr but this place keeps it really friendly and up beat we wouldn't go anywhere else. Dr Miller is super cool makes the kids feel important "all about them" and his entire staff that helped us out!

2016-06-17 09:50:00 VIA Testimonial

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