Ohio State offers comprehensive infectious diseases care. We treat bacterial, fungal, viral and other infections, as well as general internal medicine issues. We're part of a diverse, multidisciplinary team that includes specialists in pathology, virology, immunology, genetics, heart and lung, cancer and many other areas.
From clinical care and hospitalization to immunization, the road to better health starts here.
Specialized treatment areas include:
- HIV/AIDS and other viral illnesses
- M. tuberculosis
- Non-tuberculosis mycobacterial infections
- Fungal diseases
- Organ transplant care
- Musculoskeletal infections
We provide inpatient and outpatient care in world-class hospitals like the Ohio State Comprehensive Cancer Center – James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute, Ohio State Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital, and in our convenient outpatient clinics.
Hospitalization and Consultation
Patients with potential infections may be hospitalized. Some are referred by emergency departments, outpatient clinics or communities. Specialized inpatient services include:
- Surgical, medical and cardiac intensive care
- Neurosurgical care for patients transitioning out of intensive care
- Bone marrow, heart, lung, liver, kidney and pancreas transplantation and care
Outpatient Clinical Care
Ohio State offers clinical care for HIV and varied infectious diseases, plus hospitalization, if needed. There is also an on-site AIDS Clinical Trials Unit.