Forms and Documents, Latest Research,
Info on Corona Virus for our patients


Rheumatology patients need to know:

  • Corona Virus INFO: here

  • We offer quadravalent and high dose influenza immunizations. 

  • Make sure you receive a series of pneumonia vaccines: Prevnar-13 and Pneumovax23.


If you experiencing a FLARE or increase in symptoms, click here.


OTHER Downloadable Documents:



Please read our updated Financial Policy for 2018

  • Co-pay Patients:   Your insurance company requires co-payments for services to be paid at the time of your appointment. Please pay at our check-in kiosk or the front desk.  An administration fee may be charged for co-pays not paid within the same business day.

  • Self-pay Patients
    Payment for services are due at the time of your visit.

  • Late Arrival
    If you check in 10 or more minutes late for your appointment, you could be rescheduled at the provider’s request per our policy.  Late arrival for infusions: you will be fit in as soon as possible.

  • Early Arrivals                                                                                                                                                                                     Please do not arrive more than 15 minutes early, unless you are a new patient. We wish to avoid parking lot blues of limited spaces. You won't be seen before your appointment time. This includes infusions and injections.

  • Cancellation Policy
    A charge will be applied to your account when 24 hour notice is not given to us. Applies to all types of visits.

  • Please read our 2018 updated Financial Policy          

  • This notice informs you how your health information may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information (updated PrivacyPolicies2018).

  • No Cell Phones Please.  In order to improve patient experiences and better serve you, we have a NO CELL PHONE policy. Please be courteous to staff and other patients, and turn off your cell phone while you are in clinic, exam rooms, lobby. Thank you for your cooperation.




  • Watch the VIDEO from the American College of Rheumatology on being recently diagnosed with a rheumatic disease.

Coronavirus facts for Chronic Illnesses: click here


The Latest  Rheumatology Research

  • Articles published on with news from the 2019 American College of Rheumatology scientific meeting in Atlanta.


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"ACR 2019:

50+ Arthritis Updates That Should Be on Your Radar


The 2019 medical conference brings important information on new drug therapies, better understanding of diseases causes and symptom management, and more ways to help patients feel better."