Yale Infectious Diseases cares for ambulatory and hospitalized patients with every variety of infectious disease. Specialized services are offered in such areas as traveler’s health, tick-borne diseases, HIV, and related disorders. Research explores such areas as Lyme disease, West Nile and Zika virus, microbial pathogenesis, pneumonia and UTI in older adults, HIV, meningitis, malaria and international health, and nosocomial infections.
We are both consultants, working hand-in-hand with referring physicians or groups, and principal caregivers for our patients. Our care is multidisciplinary, involving skilled nurses, dietitians, social workers, and other physicians to deliver the best care possible.
Specialized care is offered in the following areas:
- Hospital-acquired infection control and management
- Central nervous system infections
- Fungal infections
- Hospital epidemiology
- Traveler's medicine/international health
- HIV/AIDS Care
- Lyme disease and tick-borne illnesses
- Expertise in treating infections in solid organ and stem cell transplants
- Comprehensive AIDS care and prevention services for people living with and at risk for HIV
- Multiple observational studies and clinical trial expertise in the study of HIV, HCV, immunology of aging, pneumonia, pseudomonas, tuberculosis (including MDR), urinary tract infections, and tick- and mosquito-borne diseases