Our exceptional team of physicians continues to distinguish itself with a growing number of UH specialists being ranked among 2014’s Best Doctors in America.
The Division of Rheumatology treats a host of rheumatic diseases, directs a number of local and national research projects on basic and clinical rheumatology and trains post-doctoral fellows. Services include treatment of:
Call 216-844-2289 to obtain additional information, or view our current service brochure (PDF).
The Division of Rheumatology delivers personalized care so that patients benefit from the most recent diagnostic and therapeutic care of rheumatic diseases. The division has access to all related musculoskeletal principals at the hospital, including orthopedic surgery, physical and occupational rehabilitation services, neurosciences and diagnostic radiology, where applicable.
In addition to patient care and basic and clinical research, the Division of Rheumatology’s post-doctoral fellowship program (PDF), through the Case Western Reserve University Department of Medicine, is nationally-recognized and is fully accredited with commendation—the highest honor—by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
Services provided at: University Hospitals Mather Pavilion and University Hospitals Chagrin Highlands Health Center; and at Brunswick Health Center, University Hospitals Landerbrook Health Center, University Hospitals Mentor Health Center, North Royalton Glenridge Office Park, University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, Solon Health Center, University Hospitals/SWG Strongsville Medical Center, University Hospitals University Suburban Health Center, and University Hospitals Westlake Health Center.
This symposium will feature a group of nationally and locally recognized experts to provide an update on the state-of-the-art management of rheumatic diseases. This course is designed for rheumatologists and primary care physicians. Nurses and allied health care professionals will also benefit from this symposium.
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This symposium will feature a group of nationally and locally recognized experts to provide an update on the state-of-the-art management of rheumatic diseases. Learn More.
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