Infectious Disease Services offers comprehensive diagnostic and state-of-the-art treatment options for inpatients and outpatients with acute and chronic conditions in Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin. We strive to provide a welcoming environment for the wide variety of patients who seek care at our clinic.
Infectious Disease Clinics on the Froedtert Hospital Campus
The clinics are staffed by Medical College of Wisconsin faculty and nurse practitioners and are open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., except on holidays. They offer:
- Comprehensive diagnostic and state-of-the-art treatment options offered for patients with conditions including:
- Bone and joint infections
- HIV treatment
- Home I.V. antibiotic management
- Mycobacterial and fungal infections
- Post-operative infections
- Returning traveler infections
- Sexually transmitted diseases
- Skin and soft tissue infections
- Tick-borne infections
- Transplant-related infections
- We offer HIV PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis), a medication that can be taken on a regular basis to reduce the risk of getting infected with HIV.
- All physicians are board-certified internists, infectious diseases fellowship-trained and highly experienced in diagnosing and treating infectious diseases. Combined expertise and concurrence with guidelines from the Infectious Diseases Society of America ensures the most comprehensive care possible for patients.
- Comprehensive services for HIV clients, including:
- On-site pharmacist, social worker/case manager and psychologist
- Services funded in part by Wisconsin’s Ryan White Program
- Access to a variety of clinical trials sponsored by industry and the National Institutes of Health
- Academic medical center environment allows team members to actively participate in clinical trials, research and Infectious Disease Fellowship Training Program.
Clinic Locations in the Community for Treatment of Infectious Diseases
You can do a lot to keep yourself healthy and protected from infectious diseases. Avoiding germs, eating a balanced diet, getting enough rest and getting vaccinations are a few of the ways to protect yourself. However, if you contract an infectious disease, it's important to seek care from your provider.