RUBIN NAMED TO BEST DOCTORSA®A(R) IN AMERICA LIST
Bernard Rubin, DO, MPH, was included in the Best DoctorsÂ® in America 2005.
Since 1983, Dr. Rubin has been a professor of medicine and chief of rheumatology in the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of North Texas Health Science Center. He is also a member of the board of managers of the John Peter Smith Health Network.
Specializing in rheumatology, Dr. Rubin has studied the causes and effects of pain and inflammation in the body and has received research funding to study treatments of rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, gout and osteoporosis.
Dr. Rubin is also medical director of the Texas Center for Music and Medicine and serves as an adjunct professor in the Department of Music at the University of North Texas.
Dr. Rubin lives in Fort Worth.
For more than a decade, Best DoctorsÂ® has been conducting the largest independent survey of the medical profession to identify doctors that other doctors consider to be the best in their specialties for more than a decade. For additional information about go to www.bestdoctors.com.
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