Infectious Disease

For diagnosis and treatment of infectious problems, the University of Michigan provides complete outpatient consultation and continuing care for patients with a variety of conditions.

We offer our patients treatment for infectious conditions including:

We also offer an Overseas Travel Consultation Service, which provides general health advice and immunizations for both local and international travel. Our travel nurses have access to the latest information concerning health risks and vaccine requirements for specific destinations worldwide. Based on where you’re traveling, the travel nurse can provide preventive advice, required and/or recommended immunizations, and prescriptions for the prevention and treatment of health problems that are common of that location.

Complete Care for HIV-Positive Patients

More than 33 million people worldwide are infected with HIV, which causes AIDS. The University of Michigan offers both primary and specialized care to HIV-positive individuals. Investigational treatments are also available for interested and qualifying patients.

We provide complete care for the whole person through a multi-focused team approach for your health care needs. Our team is made up of specialists who are solely dedicated to providing care for people living with HIV and AIDS.

We offer our patients the following services:

      • Expert management of HIV infection
      • Expert management of complications related to AIDS
      • Primary medical care
      • Coordination with your physician
      • Consumer involvement
      • Free anonymous HIV testing and consulting
      • Substance abuse counseling

Our Consumer Advisory Council is a group of HIV-positive individuals who want to use their experience to help others, insure that we provide the best care possible, and talk about how their experience as a patient could be improved.

To make an appointment, please call 734-647-5899 or 888-229-7409