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Infectious Disease

CU Medicine's Infectious Disease team is comprised of a multidisciplinary team of clinicians, educators, and scientists working to improve the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases. We provide expert care to patients with infectious diseases in the mountain west and across the world, do scientific research on major infectious disease (ID) health problems, and educate the next generation of physicians and scientists in our field.

Our Infectious Diseases Group provides outpatient care for patients with infectious diseases. Although the major focus is comprehensive HIV/AIDS care, the program also provides general infectious disease consultation, monitoring of parenteral antibiotics, assessment of potential bloodborne-pathogen exposures occurring at the University of Colorado, pre-travel advice and post-travel assessment of illness. 

The HIV program includes primary care providers and onsite specialists in GYN, Oncology, Endocrinology and Mental Health. In addition, the program has an onsite pharmacy and the capability for a number of procedures including phlebotomy, immunizations, infusion services and inhalational treatments. The HIV program also maintains collaborative clinics in Grand Junction, Durango and Pueblo.

Conditions we treat

Bones, Joints and Muscles

Brain and Nervous System

Brain Abscess

Meningitis

Cancers

Anal Cancer

Cancer Prevention

Immune System

AIDS

AIDS / HIV Disease

AIDS Immunization

Autoimmune Disorders

Immunodeficiency

Sinusitis

Infections

Bacterial Infections

Fungal Infections

Influenza

Pneumonia

Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Viral Infections

Injuries and Wounds

Kidneys and Urinary System

Kidney Infection

Pregnancy and Reproduction

Primary Care

Substance Abuse

Symptoms and Manifestations

Abdominal Pain

Breathing Problems

Cough

Fever

Nausea and Vomiting

Pain

Transgender Health

Women's Health