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North Carolina Children's HospitalIf you are seeking diagnosis or treatment for a child with a rheumatic disease, please contact the UNC Hospitals Pediatric Rheumatology Specialty Clinic, (located in the UNC Children’s Hospital on the UNC Campus in Chapel Hill, N.C.). Clinic physicians have broad-based experience and skills in caring for children with a range of rheumatic diseases, including juvenile arthritis, lupus, scleroderma, dermatomyositis, periodic fevers, and many other conditions. To learn more, visit their website or call them at 984-974-1000.

Please note that pediatric patients are also seen at the NC State Park Scholars Children’s Specialty Clinic, (located in Raleigh, N.C.), a service of UNC Hospitals.

The UNC Hospitals Rheumatology Specialty Clinic (located at Carolina Point II, approximately 10 minutes from the UNC Campus in Chapel Hill), provides care for adults with rheumatologic diseases, including collaboration with pediatric rheumatologists to care for young adults who are transitioning from pediatric to adult care.

Note: Please use the links shown above to obtain the addresses and phone numbers for the various clinics listed.