The Infectious Disease Clinic, located at University of Utah Hospital in Clinic 1A, offers outpatient care for diagnosing and treating infectious diseases (ID). Infectious diseases include chickenpox, shingles, influenza, pneumonia, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, post-operative infections, and others.
General Infectious Diseases
From the common cold to West Nile virus, our clinic has specialists who treat patients with infectious diseases caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites. Learn more.
Some patients' abilities to fight disease can be limited by diseases, radiotherapy, or other causes. Our specialists evaluate and care for patients with compromised immune systems (or immunocompromised hosts). Learn more.
For travelers heading out or coming back, we provide services ranging from immunizations to up-to-date health information about potential health threats, pre-travel consultations to post-travel evaluations. We also provide discount consultations for group and business travelers. Learn more.
Human Immunodeficiency Disease (HIV/AIDS)
HIV/AIDS Care - Ryan White Program
The University of Utah Infectious Diseases Clinic (Clinic 1A) is the largest provider of HIV/AIDS care in the state and provides care to patients in the surrounding intermountain region. Operating within the University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics (UUHC), the Ryan White Program has been treating HIV/AIDS patients since 1988. The infectious diseases division receives grant funding from the Ryan White Part B and Part C programs to provide primary care for HIV/AIDS patients.
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