Infectious Diseases

Infectious Diseases Treatment Program

Vascular Health Clinics provides a variety of patient services for the treatment of infectious diseases.

Call to request an appointment or to refer a patient:
989-254-6427
 
   REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT AT VASCULAR HEALTH CLINICS    Contact Vascular Health Clinics to schedule an appointment with one of our specialists.   

REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT AT VASCULAR HEALTH CLINICS

Contact Vascular Health Clinics to schedule an appointment with one of our specialists.

 

Overview

The Infectious Diseases division helps patients in both the hospital and in physicians' offices when they acquire an infectious disease.

Infectious Disease involves the diagnoses and treatments of infection of sinuses, brain, heart, lungs, urinary tract, bones, and pelvic organs. In addition, specializing in treating patients diagnoses with HIV/AIDS and patients with transplant associated infections

A variety of patient services are available:

   6     LOCATIONS     TO SERVE OUR PATIENTS     Midland,   Alma, Mount Pleasant, Gladwin, West Branch, Saginaw

6 LOCATIONS TO SERVE OUR PATIENTS

Midland, Alma, Mount Pleasant,
Gladwin, West Branch, Saginaw

  • Infectious Diseases Consult Service
  • An inpatient Infectious Disease Consult
  • An outpatient Infectious Diseases Clinic
  • Specialty clinics for HIV/AIDS

Inpatient Clinical Services:

Infectious Diseases Consult Service

Teams round at both Midland Medical Center in Midland as well as Gratiot Medical Center in Alma, Michigan. The consult service is staffed by Dr. Jose L Raygada MD, a board certified specialist in infectious disease.

Outpatient Clinical Services:

General Infectious Diseases Clinic

Outpatients are seen in the satellite and regional clinic locations throughout central Michigan. The General ID Clinic provides follow-up for inpatients with infections and consultation for referrals made from primary care providers.

Specialty Clinics

The Division of Infectious Diseases offer specialty clinics for those patients with HIV/AIDS and clinical management of chronic wounds, as well as those patients who have received an organ transplant and acquired an infection.

To schedule an outpatient appointment for the Infectious Diseases division please call 989.CLINICS (245-6427).


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