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Clinical Care

OUTPATIENT: Conditions we treat include (but are not limited to) bone and joint infections, device-related infections, post-surgical wound infections, tuberculosis, atypical mycobacterial diseases, illnesses from tropical travel and infections associated with solid organ and bone marrow transplantation. 
• Our offices are located in the new Medical Office Building. Campus map

INPATIENT: We also provide extensive inpatient hospital consultation services, with more than 16,000 inpatient visits annually. Primary areas of focus for these services include post-surgical wounds, hospital-acquired infections, bone and joint infections, device-related infections, recalcitrant wounds, sepsis, complex pneumonia, HIV, as well as undiagnosed fevers and infections associated with compromised hosts such as transplantation, chemotherapy, cystic fibrosis and burn injuries.

HIV CARE: We have been involved with HIV patient care and research since the disease was first recognized and have expertise in the unique area of HIV and hepatitis co-infection. We also have a comprehensive outpatient antibiotic management service which facilitates early hospital discharge and completion of antibiotic therapy in the home or assisted living centers.

COLLABORATIONS: We also work closely with primary care physicians throughout the region, providing advice, opinions and co-management services in these same complex areas of medicine.

Last modified: Sep 28, 2018

KU Infectious Diseases only accepts patients via physician referral.

Contact University of Kansas Hospital for appointments & referrals
at 913.588.1227 or toll free 800.332.6048.

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