I don't live near you, but I've had good luck with a major research hospital affiliated with a university that is about 2 hours away from me. If I can't find answers in my town, I will call the appropriate department (in this case rheumatology), speak to the receptionist or nurse, tell her my problem and ask which doctor within the specialty further specializes in my problem (in this case, fibro). I've had very good luck trying this route.
I really like university/research hospitals because not only is there a lot of accountablilty, but if one doctor can't help, he can easily and quickly consult with or send you to another.
If you are unable to find the name of a good rheumy near you, you might investigate the university/research hospitals in your state.
Hugs - Austen
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