Infectious Diseases and HIV-Related Conditions Treated
Focused on Treatment and Prevention
Drexel Infectious Diseases and HIV Medicine provides preventive services and comprehensive treatment for sexually transmitted infections, travel-related infections, and hospital-acquired infections. Drexel Medicine's infectious disease specialists offer patients access to cutting-edge technologies and therapeutic treatments for the management and prevention of a full range of infectious diseases including HIV.
Our patients are regularly evaluated for inclusion in clinical trials that can provide them with treatments not offered by other providers. Our infectious disease specialists ensure that patients receive the subspecialty care that they may need by working with their respected colleagues at Drexel Medicine.
Comprehensive and Coordinated Infectious Disease Care
Patients under the care of Drexel Medicine's infectious disease specialists have access to a complete range of services for the prevention and treatment of contagious infections—immunizations for travel-related illness to medical interventions for HIV. Working in collaboration with the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Drexel University College of Medicine, our specialists are researching new treatments and vaccines for many of these conditions. Drexel infectious disease doctors also collaborate with Drexel University School of Public Health on programs to educate patients and the public about disease prevention and management.
Drexel infectious disease specialists treat many contagious illnesses including:
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