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Designated as a Fellow with the American College of Rheumatology, Himmat S. Gill, M.D., currently treats patients from his private practice in Fresno, California. Dr. Gill established the facility in 2008 and provides patients with care for musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders and autoimmune diseases. Dr. Himmat Gill maintains an infusion center for intravenous (IV) medications at the office, possessing extensive experience employing IV and injectable drugs to treat seronegative spondyloarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. In 2010, Dr. Gill was featured in Fresno Magazine as the Best Rheumatologist in the region as voted on by his peers.Dr. Himmat Gill maintains dual board certification in rheumatology and internal medicine. He offers his services to underserved patients at the Adventist Rural Health Clinic in Sanger, California. In addition, he maintains affiliation with the Fresno Regional Community Medical Center and the Clovis Community Medical Center, as well as Saint Agnes Medical Center in Fresno. Dr. Gill belongs to the Arthritis Foundation and supports a variety of initiatives to raise awareness about the disease.Himmat S. Gill, M.D., spent several years undergoing postdoctoral training before opening his practice, beginning with a residency in internal medicine at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. At the institution, Dr. Gill performed research into fibromyalgia and Reiter’s syndrome, and his articles were accepted into such renowned publications as the Journal of Clinical Rheumatology. His research also won an award at the meeting of the Southern Society of Clinical Investigation. Dr. Gill subsequently completed a fellowship at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, where he studied immunology and rheumatology and received the Best Consult Service Award for the Division of Rheumatology.                           

Himmat Gill

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Jan 2008Present

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Himmat Gill MD




University of Mississippi
Sep 1989May 1995


Mount Sinai School of Medicine