The University of Michigan Sarcoidosis Clinic officially began seeing patients on July 5th, 2011. Staffed by Drs. Eric White and Ryan Hadley, along with major contributions from numerous colleagues in Cardiology, Rheumatology, Gastroenterology, MEND, Infectious Diseases, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, Neurology, Otolaryngology (and others), the Sarcoidosis Clinic has completed over 230 New Patient visits and countless return visits for patients with sarcoidosis involving all organ systems. The clinic has quickly become a critical resource for referring physicians throughout Michigan, the Midwest, and the country. The clinic, part of the University of Michigan Dyspnea Clinic, is supported by nurses Lori Flint, RN and Gloria Barends, RN, as well as by Emily Sims-Brown, MA. Working effectively as a team, the physicians, nurses, and schedulers (Carrie Covington and Luke Edwards) in the Sarcoidosis Clinic strive to ensure timely appointments, record collection, and coordinated care. The Sarcoidosis Clinic emphasizes excellence in managing complex immunosuppression regimens and assisting with diagnostic challenges. The clinic is located in the 3rd Floor Taubman Center, Area C and sees patients on Tuesday mornings.
Dr. White and Hadley Can Help in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Sarcoidosis