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Infectious diseases, caused by bacteria, viruses, parasites, or fungi, can spread directly or indirectly from person to person. At Carrollton Regional Medical Center, we have a team of physicians certified in infectious diseases and internal medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine. These infectious disease doctor specialists are also skilled in outpatient antibiotic infusion and travel medicine.

Prevention and Control

Prevention plays a crucial role in halting the spread of infectious diseases, sometimes even making a life-or-death difference. Simple measures like hand-washing are vital in preventing the spread of infections.

Infectious Diseases Treated

Among the common infectious diseases we treat are:

Fever of unknown origin (FUO)

Fungal infections

Gastrointestinal infections

HIV/AIDS and associated opportunistic infections

Mycobacterial infections, including treatment for tuberculosis disease

Skin and soft tissue infections

Common cold, flu, meningitis

Lyme disease, malaria, tuberculosis, West Nile virus, whooping cough

Bacteremia/sepsis

Bone and joint infections

Central nervous system infections

Infections in immunocompromised patients

Endocarditis and endovascular infections

Infectious Disease Treatment

At Carrollton Regional Medical Center, treatment options vary based on the infection and may include:

Pain relief

Vaccination

Medication, including hepatitis B infection treatment

Specialized Centers for Infectious Disease

Our facility includes an HIV Clinic in Central Texas, offering comprehensive services for managing chronic diseases like HIV. This clinic provides medication management, counseling, and support for various lifestyle transitions.

For those seeking an infectious disease specialist near you, or a pediatric infectious disease doctor nearby, our center offers expert care and guidance.

For appointments, please call (972) 492-1010.

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