Dedicated to Serving Our Patients with Quality Care and Service

High Desert Rheumatology and Internal Medicine 228 N. Schwartz Ave. | Farmington, NM 87401 (505) 325-8881

Insurance accepted:

High Desert Rheumatology and Internal Medicine

Medicare (Novitas only)

Medicaid

United Health Care

Lovelace

Presbyterian

Tall Tree Administrators  (San Juan County)

EBC

High Desert Rheumatology and Internal Medicine

BCBS

Aetna

Amerigroup

Evercare

OMNI

Web TPA

City of Farmington

Cigna


BCBS

Osteoporosis Evaluation and Treatment Center

Rheumatology is a subspecialty of Internal Medicine. It is the study of all types of arthritis and autoimmune diseases with musculoskeletal manifestations. There are approximately 100 conditions associated with some form of "arthritis'. Therefore, the word "arthritis" itself is not actually a diagnosis. Some of the more common types of conditions diagnosed and treated by Rheumaologists are:

What is Rheumatology?

High Desert Rheumatology and Internal Medicine Osteoporosis Evaluation and Treatment Center is celebrating our 21st year of practice at this location and we are excited about the changes we have made.


Dr. Suzanne Gray has been practicing rheumatology for over 20 years and Ned McNally PA-C has been with this practice for 15 years.  Together they have over 35 years of experience in this unique area and we are thrilled to continue providing the community with the same quality care and service.  


Our most recent addition is the opening of our Infusion Suite with our RN and we are currently infusing biologic drugs to help with many rheumatologic conditions and treatment for Osteoporosis.


Ned McNally PA-C pre forms DEXA Bone Mineral Density studies and goes over the results with the patient immediately after the test is completed.  Ned is a certified Clinical Densitometrist and provides the patient with counseling and treatment options. A bone mineral density test is an easy reliable test that measures the density, or thickness, of your bones. It measures the amount of mineral (calcium) in a specific area of bone. The more mineral you have in the bone measured, the greater your bone density or bone mass. Treatment options are offered in our office and our staff provides excellent patient education.


We are always accepting new patients and we accept most private insurances, Medicare and most Medicaid products.  Call our office for an appointment or fill out the information form located on the contact us page.

Latest News:

We have our Patient Portal up and running! Click HERE to Log-in!


New Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday 7:30-6:00 PM
Closed Fridays

We will be closed July 4th-7th in observance of the Independence Day. We will re-open on Tuesday July 8th