Patient Portal Update
Rheumatology Specialty Center has moved to a new Patient Experience Portal (PXP) beginning Monday, June 12th, 2023.
Previous messages can still be seen from your old Patient Portal site. Communications after June 12th, 2023 must be done on the new Patient Experience Portal (PXP).
Existing Patient Portal users will receive an e-mail notification with instructions on how to sign on to our new Patient Experience Portal (PXP).
To learn more about accessing the Patient Portal, please visit our Patient Portal information page.
Thank you for your patience during this transition.
To Our Valued Patients:
The health and wellness of our patients and team members are always our top priority, especially amid peak flu season and in light of the recent coronavirus pandemic. When you visit our office, rest assured that we always follow state requirements for cleanliness and sanitization standards. We are exceeding guidelines to keep our patients safe. Our team members wash their hands with antibacterial soap and use hand sanitizer in between every patient visit, in addition to washing their hands frequently throughout the day. Our instruments are sterilized and all surfaces are cleaned and wiped down with disinfecting towelettes and sprays that meet OSHA requirements.
We also encourage our team members to stay home and see their primary care physician if they feel unwell. Given the concern about coronavirus, if you exhibit any symptoms of a respiratory infection or have a fever or sore throat, please call our office at 215-657-6776, and we will be happy to reschedule your appointment.
We enjoy taking care of our patients’ rheumatologic needs and look forward to your next visit with us.
The Physicians and Staff of Rheumatology Specialty Center
Rheumatology Specialty Center
Rheumatology Specialty Center is the largest regional, freestanding, multi-center practice dedicated exclusively to care for patients with rheumatic disease. We offer state-of-the-art treatment for patients who have rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, osteoarthritis, and many other autoimmune diseases, as well as osteoporosis.
If you have an autoimmune disease, rheumatic disease or suffer joint, bone or muscular pain and don’t know why, our rheumatologists can help.
Call us to get the care you need to live your best life.
When Should I See a Rheumatologist?
If you have ongoing joint and muscle pain (musculoskeletal pain), stiffness and/or swelling, talk to your primary care doctor. Your doctor may refer you to see a rheumatologist who can diagnose and treat your condition. Don’t wait. Seek relief for your pain today.
“I love that my doctor at Rheumatology Specialty Center really listens and comes up with a special treatment plan just for me.”
C.T., Collegeville, PA