Rheumatologists in San Francisco, CA

Find a rheumatologist near you in San Francisco for your health needs.

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Gerson C. Bernhard, MD

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Nancy L. Carteron, M.D.

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Pedro J. Ruiz, M.D., PH.D.

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Neal S. Birnbaum, M.D.

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Walford J. Fessel, MD

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Jeffrey S. Fong, MD

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Aileen M. Dillon, MB, BCH

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Benedict T. Chou, M.D.

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Kerstin Morehead, M.D.

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Sudhakar Tumuluri, M.D.

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Healthcare at a Glance in San Francisco, CA

San Francisco is home to various large healthcare systems, with some of the best healthcare options in the nation. The Bay Area has access to University of California San Francisco (UCSF) Medical Center, ranked #1 in San Francisco, as well as regional providers such as Kaiser Permanente and Stanford Health. There are 3 major children’s hospitals, over 5 cancer centers, including UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, and one of the top-rated transplant centers in the nation at UCSF Medical Center. Veterans in the area have access to San Francisco VA Medical Center (SFVAMC) and 6 community-based clinics in Santa Rosa, Eureka, Ukiah, Clearlake, San Bruno, and downtown San Francisco. San Francisco currently has 7 medical schools, and prides itself on being an academic medical hub.

Rheumatologist FAQs

What is a rheumatologist?

Rheumatologists are internal medicine specialists trained to diagnose and treat inflammatory conditions affecting the musculoskeletal system. You may consider seeing a rheumatologist if you or your primary care provider is concerned you may have an autoimmune disease, chronic pain, arthritis, or degenerative joint conditions. After a thorough physical exam, diagnostic imaging, and lab testing, a rheumatologist can provide treatment through a medication treatment plan, anti-inflammatory injections, or aspirations. Rheumatologists can help you manage your chronic inflammatory conditions, so you can live a more comfortable life.