The Division of Rheumatology within the Department of Medicine at Washington University School of Medicine is proud to provide excellent medical care to its patients.
We evaluate and treat a multitude of rheumatologic conditions including:
- Gout and pseudogout
- Inflammatory myopathies
- Lupus (Systemic lupus erythematosus)
- Psoriatic Arthritis
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
The division conducts several specialized clinics to accommodate the needs of its patients.
Our Lupus Clinic offers integrated comprehensive care to our patients with systemic lupus erythematosus. By integrated, we work to coordinate their office visits with our renal, dermatology and obstetrics/gynecology teams. We also have a dedicated procedure clinic where our second-year fellows perform ultrasound guided procedures under the supervision of our faculty who have trained in ultrasound.
The division is home to the newly developed Center for Arthritis and Related Diseases that seeks to integrate all aspects of arthritis patient care, education and research with the many different types of expertise at Washington University.
The Washington University School of Medicine’s Vasculitis and Rare Disease Clinic sees a wide variety of patients with rare autoimmune diseases; from ANCA associated vasculitis to esoteric conditions which defy a known diagnosis, some of which are yet unnamed.
Interventional and diagnostic Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Clinic where point of care musculoskeletal ultrasonography can identify subclinical synovitis as well as facilitated more precise intra-articular therapies.
To make an appointment or refer a patient, please call 314-286-2635
If you are a medical professional and would like to refer your patient to our clinic, please download this referral paperwork (pdf).
If you currently have an appointment as a new patient, please print the medical history form (pdf) and medication list to bring to your appointment.