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Rheumatology & Immunodeficiency Disorders

To make an appointment, please call 212-305-2300 (Immunodeficiency) or 212-305-9304 (Rheumatology) or view Our Doctors.

ColumbiaDoctors pediatric immunologists and rheumatologists are dedicated to providing excellent patient care for children with immunodeficiencies and autoimmune disorders. We use state-of-the-art tools and techniques to diagnose and treat congenital immunodeficiencies and other immune and rheumatic disorders, and we participate in research studies of cutting-edge approaches. We believe in educating our patients and their families, empowering them to participate in managing these conditions.

Our Expertise

Our team consists of nationally recognized specialists in immunodeficiencies and autoimmune diseases. Members of this group bring a wide variety of specialty trainings and areas of focus, and this diversity enables us to provide the best care for your child and his or her unique needs. Our highly trained specialists are board-certified in allergy and immunology or pediatric rheumatology as well as in pediatrics or internal medicine. Because we have the resources and expertise to care for children with the most complex conditions, NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital is a referral center for other children’s hospitals.

Patient Care

Our specialists provide initial diagnoses, second opinions, immunologic and autoimmunologic testing, genetic testing, as well as expert medical care. Depending on your child's condition, we may perform specialized procedures, laboratory testing, and consultation with specialists in other fields such as gastroenterology, pulmonology, hematology-oncology, bone marrow transplantation, and genetics.

We see patients at multiple locations including Columbia University Medical Center/NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital on Broadway and W. 168th St; W 51 St; W 86th St.; Riverdale; E. 72nd St.; and Staten Island.