Rheumatology, Immunology and Allergy

MedStar Georgetown physicians in rheumatology, immunology, and allergy boast a long tradition of exceptional patient care and research for allergic conditions, sensitive or malfunctioning immune systems, and health issues that affect the joints, muscles, and bones.

Rheumatology

Our doctors are experts at diagnosing and managing a broad spectrum of rheumatic diseases and provide comprehensive subspecialty services.

Immunology

Immunology is the study of the body systems that defend us against microbial pathogens such as bacteria, viruses, parasites, and fungi, and many diseases occur when the immune system can’t do its job, or when it ignores those pathogens and attacks its own cells and tissues.

MedStar Georgetown’s immunology physicians are prepared to diagnose and treat disorders of the immune system.

Allergy

Whether it’s itchy eyes and ears, a rash on your arm, or something a little less common, MedStar Georgetown’s experts in allergies can provide comprehensive diagnostic and therapeutic services for patients of all ages.

Because the diseases our doctors treat are complex and can often affect multiple organ systems, our rheumatology, immunology, and allergy division works closely with other MedStar Health subspecialists. By collaborating with physical and occupational therapists and orthopaedic surgeons, we provide expert consultation and state-of-the-art approaches to patient management and care.

Find the MedStar Georgetown rheumatology, immunology, and allergy doctor who is right for you.

Make an Appointment

For more information or to schedule an appointment with a rheumatology specialist, call our scheduling line: 

855-546-0630

In order for your care to be matched to an appointment with an expert in the field of your diagnosis, it is necessary to have your records available to our physician reviewers prior to scheduling an appointment. We kindly ask that you have your referral and medical records faxed to 877-625-1471. Please include the following: a referral from your current physician, any clinical notes, imaging reports (including x-rays and MRIs), lab results, other tests as applicable (e.g. pulmonary function tests, echocardiograms, pathology reports, EMG/NCS results).

After the review process has been completed, a department assistant will contact you to schedule your appointment. You may also call the administrative office at 202-444-6200 at any point to request the status of your medical record review.