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Default Finding Rheummys

Just wanted to put this out there, since I see threads from people looking for a specialist and/or rheumatologist in their area.

You may want to considering looking into doctors that are affiliated or work strictly at teaching hospitals. I find that often they have long tenure and have seen a lot of varied cases, and they also have access to lots of other specialty doctors that they can confer with (for ex: in San Diego you have UCSD).

I'm sure for many that live suburban or rural, you will have to travel into a metro area like me.
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