At Indiana University Health Arnett Hospital, our infectious diseases physicians offer comprehensive prevention, diagnosis and treatment of many conditions. Our physicians have extensive education in identifying and treating infectious diseases caused by bacteria, fungi, parasites and viruses. We use personalized plans to treat patients in the hospital and in outpatient clinics.
For travelers, Indiana University Health Arnett Hospital Infectious Diseases provides comprehensive travel medicine care, including a Travel Shot Clinic. Our clinic offers a full range of vaccines and other preventive medications, as well as the latest information on what shots are needed and when you must get them.
When traveling abroad, our highly skilled physicians can provide vaccinations for diseases like yellow fever, which are rare in the United States. We can also teach you strategies for insect bite protection and sanitizing water, to reduce your risk of contracting a disease in another country. After your journey, we can schedule an appointment to assess you for any signs of infection or other conditions and provide treatment if necessary.
Our infectious disease physicians also provide support and care for patients with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). We work closely with our patients to confirm you understand how to take your medications and monitor your health to ensure treatments are effective.
Through our partnership with Indiana University School of Medicine, our physicians conduct research and clinical trials to discover new ways of preventing and treating disease. We give you access to the latest knowledge and treatments to restore your health and prevent future infections.
To schedule an appointment call 765.448.8100 or toll-free 800.542.7818.