Our Infectious Disease specialists work not only to help diagnose and manage your infection, but also alleviate the anxiety and uncertainty that infectious disease can cause.

Infectious Disease

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Our Infectious Disease specialists work not only to help diagnose and manage your infection, but also alleviate the anxiety and uncertainty that infectious disease can cause.

We treat surgical wound infections, orthopedic infections (including diabetic foot infections), HIV/AIDS, chronic viral hepatitis (B & C), infections from oncology treatments, chronic pneumonia (M. tuberculosis or non-tuberculosis), endocarditis and/or bloodstream infections, mycobacterial infections, and many others. We work with patients receiving biologic agents, returning from travels, those who have recently emigrated to the U.S., and patients with organ transplants, hypogammaglobulinemia, and fevers of unknown origins. We work with patients on an inpatient or outpatient basis, diagnosing the cause of the disease and helping manage your antibiotic therapy.

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