Infectious Diseases

Patient Care

University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine infectious disease doctors treat a wide range of communicable diseases, such as HIV and AIDS, Herpes and Hepatitis C. We also help patients with the cold and flu, bladder infections, urinary tract infections and kidney infections.

Our physicians collaborate with other specialists in our interdisciplinary practice so that patients receive unparalleled personalized health care. In addition to providing quality treatment for infectious diseases, our specialists also can administer vaccinations for traveling abroad, provide education on disease prevention and care for patients with chronic infections.

Physicians at the School of Medicine are specialized in anti-retroviral drug resistance and have special certifications in HIV and AIDS. Infectious disease specialists can care for and treat patients with hepatitis, staph aureus or MRSA, tuberculosis (TB), osteomyelitis and many more. Our physicians actively purse research opportunities to stay current in the fast-paced world of infectious diseases. We even have specialists who have served on the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.

Whether you've been diagnosed with an infectious disease or are just inquiring about education and prevention, come meet with our infectious disease specialists today. They will provide knowledgeable information to assist in a treatment plan or to help prevent a future outbreak.

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Care Providers

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