My rheumatologist is Dr. Scott Harris. He works out of the Touro Health Clinic, which is part of the Touro University here in Las Vegas, Nevada. They do not have a specific Lupus program here that I am aware of, however from what I understand, the doctors involved with the Health Clinic are well versed in autoimmune problems, as quite a few of them suffer from them as well. There is another rheumatologist working in the same office who also deals with Lupus, and I've heard good things about him as well.
Dr. Harris is less concerned with nailing down exactly what it is you technically have, and more concerned with treating whatever is going on at the time. His point to me was that whether it is called UCTD or Lupus, it gets treated with the same medicines and treatments. I've found him a valuable source of information, and he is very intelligent and quick to think. He has spoken to his students while in the room with me and told them that although many doctors stick to the "4 criteria out of eleven" for diagnosis, that was meant for clinical use specifically and should not be the only means to diagnosis within a practice. He also has told me stories of going to bat for his patients, even down to testifying in court and battling insurance companies. I believe in this man.