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Consulting Immunologist Program

Healthcare providers can connect for free with an immunologist specializing in PI to review questions about the diagnosis, treatment, or management of their patients with PI.

Please note: this program is for United States clinicians only.

Interested in participating?

To inquire about the Consulting Immunologist program, complete the following form and we will be in touch. 

Please note: for clinicians outside of the U.S., please visit the International Patient Organization Organization for Primary Immunodeficiencies (IPOPI)

Program benefits

IDF’s healthcare provider-to-healthcare provider service offers free consultations on issues of diagnosis, treatment, and disease management, as well as access to a faculty of recognized leaders in clinical immunology.

Get a second medical opinion for one of your patients, or discuss appropriate therapies, the interpretation of lab results, insurance denials, and other questions. If you have a patient that you suspect has PI, you can consult with an immunologist who may be able to confirm your suspicions and suggest next steps.

Here's what providers are saying

“The IDF Consulting Immunologist Program is a wonderful resource for clinicians for assistance with immunology questions. I will definitely be using the program again in the future.”

“This is truly a wonderful service, and the gift of time and advice from the participating faculty is greatly appreciated.”

Are you a patient or caregiver?

The Consulting Immunologist Program is for healthcare providers only. If you are a patient with PI with questions about your health, please contact your primary care provider or use IDF’s Clinician Finder feature to locate a specialist with experience treating PI near you. For medical emergencies, dial 911.

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