Infectious Disease

Infectious diseases are caused by microscopic organisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites and can be spread directly or indirectly, from one person to another. Many infectious diseases, such as colds, will resolve on their own and are preventable with handwashing, vaccinations and other simple measures. Other infectious diseases are more complicated and can be treated with antibiotics, antivirals and other medications.

Our board-certified infectious disease physicians provide expertise to you as well as consult with primary care providers (PCP) about infectious diseases.

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Infectious Disease Specialty

Our board-certified infectious disease physicians provide a full range of services to evaluate, diagnose and treat infectious diseases such as influenza, HIV and AIDS and other diseases. Our specialists work with your primary care provider on a referral basis to consult on infectious disease cases.

Our Infectious Disease team prides itself on its prompt and efficient response to referral requests made by medical professionals treating you as an inpatient at Doylestown Hospital or if you are an ambulatory patient and are referred to the practice by your doctor.

Travel Medicine Program

The goal of our Travel Medicine Program is to safeguard your health so that you can make the most of your trip. Our Travel Medicine team is happy to help get you on your way.

Clinical Trials

These clinical trials are coordinated by the Doylestown Health Medical Research Department: 215.345.2119.

Upcoming Trials - Not Yet Enrolling:

Influenza A – DIAMOND

  • To evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of a new oral drug in combination with standard of care treatment in non-hospitalized patients with Influenza A who are at risk of developing complications

Influenza A - SAPPHIRE

  • To evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of a new JNJ oral drug in combination with our standard of care in hospitalized patients with influenza A.

Location

Doylestown Health Infectious Disease
The Pavilion at Doylestown Hospital
599 W. State Street
Suite 205
Doylestown, PA 18901

Phone: 267.880.6975
Fax: 267.880.6981

Health Information

Our board-certified infectious disease physicians provide a full range of services to evaluate, diagnose and treat infectious diseases such as influenza, HIV and AIDS and other diseases. Our specialists work with your primary care provider on a referral basis to consult on infectious disease cases.

Our Infectious Disease team prides itself on its prompt and efficient response to referral requests made by medical professionals treating you as an inpatient at Doylestown Hospital or if you are an ambulatory patient and are referred to the practice by your doctor.

The goal of our Travel Medicine Program is to safeguard your health so that you can make the most of your trip. Our Travel Medicine team is happy to help get you on your way.

These clinical trials are coordinated by the Doylestown Health Medical Research Department: 215.345.2119.

Upcoming Trials - Not Yet Enrolling:

Influenza A – DIAMOND

  • To evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of a new oral drug in combination with standard of care treatment in non-hospitalized patients with Influenza A who are at risk of developing complications

Influenza A - SAPPHIRE

  • To evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of a new JNJ oral drug in combination with our standard of care in hospitalized patients with influenza A.

Doylestown Health Infectious Disease
The Pavilion at Doylestown Hospital
599 W. State Street
Suite 205
Doylestown, PA 18901

Phone: 267.880.6975
Fax: 267.880.6981