Emory Infectious Diseases faculty care for clinical patients at numerous inpatient and outpatient locations within the Emory Healthcare, Grady Health System, and Atlanta Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
Emory Healthcare Infectious Diseases Clinic in Midtown
The Emory Infectious Diseases Clinic at Emory University Hospital Midtown is a well-established provider with extensive experience in caring for patients diagnosed with infectious diseases including hepatitis, HIV, Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), transplant or travel related infections. Emory Infectious Diseases faculty also oversee the outpatient IV antibiotic therapy program.
Emory TravelWell Clinic
Emory TravelWell is an Emory Healthcare affiliated program aimed at providing pre and post-traveler health services to international travelers. We provide advice and recommendations on travel, prescribe appropriate medications and communicate answers to travelers' needs and concerns.
Infectious Diseases Program at Grady Health System (Ponce De Leon Center)
The Ponce De Leon Center is one of the largest, most comprehensive facilities dedicated to the treatment of advanced HIV/AIDS in the United States. Founded in 1986, the Ponce Center and its onsite affiliates provide various medical and support services to approximately 5000 eligible men, women, adolescents, and children living with HIV/AIDS.
Infectious Diseases and HIV Clinic at Atlanta VA Medical Center
The Infectious Diseases Section is responsible for inpatient Infectious Disease consults, the Infection Control Program and Antibiotic Stewardship. The Infectious Disease Primary Care Outpatient Clinic, which includes the care of all HIV infected patients at this facility, is the largest VA HIV clinic in the US.
Emory Transplant Center
Transplant Infectious Diseases care - because transplant patients take medications to prevent the immune system from attacking their new organ, the transplant infectious disease physician provides consultation for infectious disease management in transplant recipients. They provide pre and post-transplant vaccination and individual treatment plans for preventing infections.
Atlanta VA Medical Center - 404-321-6111
Emory University Hospital - 404-712-2000
Emory University Hospital Midtown - 404-686-8114
Emory University Orthopaedics and Spine Hospital -404-251-3000
Grady Memorial Hospital -404-616-4307
Serious Contagious Disease Unit at Emory University Hospital
The Hope Clinic is the clinical arm of the Emory Vaccine Research Center (EVC) and a Clinical Core for the Emory Center for AIDS Research (CFAR). Funded by an NIH T32 grant, the Emory Vaccinology Training program helps to create the next generation of clinical and translational vaccine researchers.
Faculty in the division of Infectious Diseases lead the Antibiotic Stewardship Programs based at Emory University Hospital Midtown, Emory University Hospital, Grady Memorial Hospital, and the Atlanta VA Medical Center with support from infectious disease-trained pharmacists at each facility. The directors of the antibiotic stewardship programs at each hospital also play an active leadership role in the antibiotic utilization subcommittee of each hospital's Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. Individually and as a group, the directors and pharmacists have conducted several studies presented at national meetings and contributed to the published medical literature. Current areas of interest include standardization of antibiotic use by developing local guidelines, a prospective study assessing the impact of elevated MIC to vancomycin on outcomes in patients with MRSA bacteremia, studies to document the prevalence of healthcare associated infections and antibiotic use in hospitals, and the impact of stewardship interventions on C. difficile infections.
Infectious Diseases in the News
Scientists achieve sustained remission in SIV infection
CDC funds Emory research on antibiotic resistance transmission and medication safety
School of Public Health to receive over $850K for Zika capacity building in Latin America