Part of Strong Memorial Hospital
Autoimmune illnesses cause inflammation and can affect different parts of the body making you feel unwell. Our team is committed to providing you with the very best care possible—care that is centered around you and your needs, helping your symptoms and keeping you healthy.
Conditions We Treat
We see patients with:
- A team of experienced health care workers to care for you
- An ultrasound test that can be helpful in diagnosing arthritis
- Information about your illness and treatment for you and your family
- A treatment (infusion) center in the clinic for patients who need medicines that can’t be taken at home
- Information about studies being done on new medications to treat your illness
- Your immune system is designed to help you fight infections. An autoimmune illness occurs when your immune system attacks your healthy cells and tissues.
- Autoimmune Illnesses can take time to diagnose because symptoms may develop over time.
- Autoimmune illnesses are more common in women, but they also affect men.
- Ilana Abeles, M.D., Ph.D.
- Allen Anandarajah, M.D., MSc
- Jennifer Anolik, M.D., Ph.D.
- Jennifer Barnas, M.D., Ph.D.
- Indrit Greca, M.D.
- Anatole Kleiner, M.D.
- Benjamin Korman, M.D.
- Andrew Long, M.D.
- R. John Looney, M.D.
- Norman Madsen, B.M.B.S., M.Sc.
- Bethany Marston, M.D.
- Anthony Ocon, M.D., Ph.D.
- Christopher Palma, M.D., Sc.M.
- Christopher Ritchlin, M.D., M.P.H.
- Ummara Shah, M.D.
- Darren Tabechian, M.D.
- Ralf Thiele, M.D.
- Annie Yang, M.D.
- Megan Finch, FNP
- Shadefai Goldsmith, NP
- Linda Grinnell-Merrick, NP
- Mita Moorthi, FNP-BC
- Jonna Zelle, PA-C
If you have questions about your illness or treatment, ask your doctor. You may also find the following link helpful in answering some of your questions.