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The Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Dermatology, and Rheumatology Programs occupy the sixth floor of the Fegan Outpatient Clinics building. A practice administrator, supervisor, program coordinators, administrative associates, technicians, nurses, clinical assistants, and ambulatory services representatives staff the clinics. In addition to twenty clinic rooms, a number of rooms are devoted to special procedures; pulmonary function testing, skin testing, needle aspirations, audiovisual teaching, pulsed dye laser treatments, and biopsies. A dictation area houses the daily attending physicians, and a conference room is used for seminars and post-clinic rounds. The offices of the full-time clinical faculty and their supporting staff are located on the sixth and seventh floors of the Fegan Building. Dr. Lynda Schneider, with an administrative associate, coordinates all aspects of the Allergy and Clinical Immunology Program. Dr. Robert Sundel, with a program coordinator, directs the Rheumatology Program. Dr. Stephen Gellis, with an administrative associate, directs the Dermatology Program. A fellows’ room with a library is located on the fourth floor of the Farley Building, adjacent to the Center for Ambulatory Treatment and Clinical Research.
Boston Children's Dermatology Program’s fellowship and residency programs are administered by Harvard Medical School’s Office of Dermatology
Program Director, Dermatology
Department: Dermatology Program
Assistant in Medicine
Department: Allergy Immunology
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