C. Kent Kwoh, MD
Professor of Medicine & Medical Imaging
The Charles A.L. and Suzanne M. Stephens Chair of Rheumatology
Chief, Division of Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology
Director, The University of Arizona Arthritis Center

Adult Rheumatology Clinic 

People who suffer from arthritis can’t wait for a cure.

The University of Arizona rheumatology team offers improved access to help our patients find relief as soon as possible from the many new therapies now available. There are currently five faculty members, one physician assistant and four rheumatology fellows delivering care to adult rheumatology patients at the University of Arizona Medical Center South Campus Rheumatology Physician Offices located at 2800 E. Ajo Way, Suite 103, Tucson, Arizona.

There is also a full service infusion clinic delivering state-of-the-art biologic therapies, as well as intravenous osteoporosis medication, which is available to both University of Arizona physicians and outside referrals.  Bone density measurements are available onsite, as is a full service phlebotomist. 

  •   Complementary and alternative therapies
  •   State-of-the-art infusion clinic
  •   Special expertise in autoimmune diseases, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis and osteoarthritis


The University of Arizona Rheumatology Fellowship Program

Please use the quicklink on the left for additional information.

The Rheumatology Fellowship at the University of Arizona is a two-year approved fellowship complying with the regulations for board eligibility. It utilizes the teaching facilities at the University of Arizona Medical Center-University Campus, which includies a 326-bed general hospital, the University of Arizona Arthritis Center and the Southern Arizona V.A. Health Care Systems. Along with Rheumatology faculty members, fellows also provide rheumatologic care to the local Native American populations. The Division of Rheumatology provides support for two new fellows each year.