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Leaders in Infectious Diseases

We provide exceptional care for those afflicted by serious diseases such as HIV, hepatitis, and malaria.

Read About Our HIV Clinic

Infectious Diseases Programs and Services

Penn providers diagnosis, consultative services and comprehensive treatment at a variety of locations throughout the Philadelphia region for those suffering from diseases caused by organisms or pathogens such as viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites.  Our highly trained staff has extensive knowledge of complex conditions affecting all systems of the body, including HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, hepatitis B and hepatitis C, osteomyelitis, parasitology, diarrhea and viral infections.

Co-Infection Clinic

Penn Medicine offers a special program for those infected with HIV and hepatitis C.

HIV Services

Thanks to the latest advancements in treatment, you can control your HIV, much like you would control diabetes and other chronic diseases.

Mycobacterial Infection Clinic

Penn Medicine’s Mycobacterial Infections Clinic was developed to treat mycobacterial infections, a type of bacteria that is resistant to conventional medications such as antibiotics.

Sexual Health and HIV Prevention

Penn Medicine offers PrEP, or pre-exposure prophylaxis, an effective tool in preventing the transmission of HIV.

Skin and Soft Tissue Infections (SSTI)

Penn Medicine's SSTI Treatment Clinic provides education and treatment for bacterial infections of the skin, muscles, and connective tissue such as ligaments and tendons.

Transplant Infectious Diseases

Penn Medicine provides a sophisticated Transplant Clinic within the Penn Infectious Disease program for those individuals undergoing transplants.

Travel Medicine and Immunizations

Penn Medicine's International Travel Medicine and Immunization Clinic helps travelers prepare for their trips abroad and treats them post-travel for any illness acquired.

Viral Hepatitis Clinic

Penn's Viral Hepatitis Clinic treats patients afflicted with viral hepatitis, including hepatitis B and C, and for those co-infected with hepatitis and HIV.

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