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Three UW Medicine medical centers provide inpatient rheumatology services in the greater Seattle area: University of Washington Medical Center, Harborview Medical Center, and VA Puget Sound Health Care System.
Our outpatient service offers care for a broad range of rheumatological conditions. General Rheumatology clinics are available at all HMC, VA, and Roosevelt Bone and Joint. In addition, we offer several joint specialty clinics.
General Rheumatology Clinics
Provides care for the majority of conditions listed below. Most of these clinics are teaching clinics, i.e. a medical student, resident, or rheumatology fellow may also participate in patient care.
Several highly skilled rheumatologists also are trained to musculoskeletal ultrasound to help in the diagnosis and treatment of muscle, tendon, ligament, and joint conditions.
Providers meet monthly to co-diagnose and treat patients with skin diseases associated with rheumatologic diseases.
Interstitial Lung Disease/Rheumatology Clinic
Providers meet twice a month to co-diagnose and manage patients with autoimmune forms of lung disease and underlying or suspected rheumatologic disease.
Neuromuscular Diseases/Rheumatology Clinic
Providers meet monthly to focus on patients with inflammatory forms of muscle disease.
Providers wishing to refer a patient can do so via the UW Medicine referral portal.