When your child has a known or suspected infectious disease, you want the best care possible. Our pediatric infectious disease experts understand the unique needs of children and their developing immune systems.
While many infectious disease can be treated by pediatricians, our team provides inpatient and outpatient consultation on all types of acute and chronic infections–especially recurrent, rare, or difficult to treat infections. Patients are seen by referral.
Our internationally renowned doctors are also finding better ways to diagnose, treat and prevent infectious diseases. Work in the lab spans from studies of single molecules to populations across the world. We believe that our breakthroughs lead to better care for your child.
Pediatric Infectious Diseases Clinic
This clinic is for children who have a wide range of infectious diseases.
Pediatric/Adolescent HIV Clinic
The doctors and staff in the HIV clinic are devoted to helping children with HIV receive the best possible care.
Antimicrobial Stewardship Program
Antimicrobial stewardship gives patient the right antibiotic at the right dose for the right amount of time. We work with healthcare teams throughout the hospital to treat infections while reducing the threat of antibiotic resistance.
Community physicians are key to prevention efforts
The role of community physicians is critical in the global effort to reduce childhood illness through vaccination. Read the full story in Hope magazine.
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