Hi miscali, I am still working on getting a new rhummy and only ave a PCP. So mine is the other way around. My last rheumy told me that there were certain procedures he was going to leave up to my doctor to do. Plus I don't think my insurance would pay for me to be seen by my rheumy for "normal" illness things. Since they charge more money. It's just my opinion but I beleive in my case my PCP is more accessible than most rheummies are.
Newly DX's Lupus.Possible CREST,COPD, high PB xanax,triam , vicodin.5x3, Evista for osteo,. oxygen Plaquanil800mil, . effexor. spiriva, xopenex. pred.10.mil.
Come ye, all that are weary and heavy laden, and I will give you rest!