Penn Medicine Infectious Diseases
Penn provides leading-edge diagnosis and treatment for all types of infectious diseases. We deliver high quality patient care to those with complex conditions, including organ transplant patients, those with weakened immune systems and international travelers. All of our physicians are board certified and many are listed in Philadelphia magazine's "Top Docs" issue year after year.
Our physicians are committed to:
- Serving our patients with the latest technological advancements and high-quality care delivered with respect and compassion.
- Developing new knowledge to benefit humankind in the understanding, prevention and treatment of infectious diseases.
- Providing our trainees and future physicians with the necessary tools for lifelong research and learning.
Penn is a national leader in education and research and clinical trials for infectious diseases, including breakthroughs in treatments for HIV/AIDS. The Penn Center for AIDS Research (Penn CFAR) is one of 21 NIH-funded centers dedicated to supporting, encouraging and facilitating all research related to HIV/AIDS.