Infectious Diseases Patient Care
The Divison of Infectious Diseases is actively involved in clinical care throughout The Nebraska Medical Center, both in the inpatient consultation services and in the outpatient clinics.
The division maintains 2 active inpatient services. The General Infectious Diseases service cares for a variety of patients with both common and uncommon infections throughout the hospital, ICU, and surgical care areas. The Transplant Infectious Diseases service (link to transplant) provides care for both pediatric and adult solid organ transplant patients. Specialized care is also provided for oncologic and bone marrow transplant patients and patients with bone and joint infections.
The Division of Infectious Diseases provides outpatient consultation and/or continuing care for patients with a variety of infectious disease conditions including osteomyelitis, endocarditis, infections due to resistant pathogens, complicated fungal infections, infections in patients with compromised immune systems, and many others.
5th Floor Durham Outpatient Center
42nd and Emile St.
Omaha, NE 68198
Phone Number: 402-559-8650
Patients interested in being seen in consultation must have a physician referral and can reach us using the information above. We request patients provide all pertinent records including medical records, images, pathology reports, and other pertinent information before or at their appointment. This is to expedite your care. Please be aware your initial visit may take several hours as a complete history and examination will be performed. We provide comprehensive care which means that we spend a portion of each visit providing you with instruction and answering your questions. We believe that each patient should be given the time needed to feel comfortable with a new diagnosis, medication, or treatment. We suggest that you write down any information or questions that you wish to discuss with your physician prior to your visit.
The Transplant Infectious Diseases Program
- Actively collaborates with each individual transplant program to provide excellent clinical care in the inpatient and outpatient setting.
- Provides educational support for the transplant programs to ensure that the clinical practices meet the current standard of care.
- Contributes to the development of guidelines for the prevention and management of infections for each individual transplant program.
- Involved in multiple innovative research protocols with the goal to advance the knowledge in the field of transplantation and improve the care of our patients.
- Offers a diverse clinical experience combined with a comprehensive educational curriculum and mentored research curriculum in transplantation.
Clinical care for patients with HIV/AIDS is provided at the Specialty Care Clinic located at 52nd and Leavenworth St. For more information please visit the website.
- Fellowship Program
- Research Activities
- UNMC HIV Program