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    http://www.rheumatology.org/directory/geo.asp?aud=pat

    and when searching just check the box Members providing Patient Care for adults. Do not check both unless searching for a pediatric rheumatologist doctor.
    I have Lupus. So *^#@! what.

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    Thanx Oluwa.....as always, you are on top of providing good information!

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    You know, there are a lot of rheumatologists in my community that aren't on this list. (My rheumy isn't on there, for example.) I expect they have to be a 'fellow' of this particular group, huh?
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    Jody..

    Probably....click on the left "Members" and see what results that pulls up for your area...

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