Infectious Disease and Travel Clinic
111 Colchester Avenue
Main Campus, East Pavilion, Level 5
Burlington, VT 05401-1473
Infectious Disease Clinic at the UVM Medical Center
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The Infectious Disease Clinic at the University of Vermont Medical Center performs about 1,500 inpatient consultations yearly from all hospital departments and specialties for a wide diversity of clinical illnesses. The outpatient clinic is active daily, providing care for persons with HIV/AIDS and general infectious diseases, assisting with home intravenous antibiotic therapy and counseling and prevention for international travelers in the travel clinic.
Clinic services provided include:
- Follow up for inpatient consultations to all hospital departments and specialty services.
- Inpatient care for persons living with HIV/AIDS requiring medical admission.
- Outpatient primary and specialty care for persons living with HIV/AIDS.
- Outpatient infectious diseases consultation.
- Counseling, preventive medicine and post-travel assessment for the international traveler.
- Anonymous and confidential HIV/AIDS testing.
- Counseling and follow-up for sexual assault victims being treated to prevent HIV transmission.
Learn more about our HIV/AIDS Care Clinic.
Common Infectious Disease Conditions
- Bone Infection
- Heart Valve Infections
- Hepatitis B Infection
- Hepatitis C Infection
- Joint Infections Lung Infections
- Skin Infections
Common Infectious Disease Treatments
- Hepatitis C Medication
- HIV Medications
- Home Intravenous Antibiotics
Our Infectious Disease Team
The UVM Medical Center's Infectious Disease program is staffed by full time board-certified University of Vermont Medical Group physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, a dietician, social workers, support staff, clinical research coordinators and infection control practitioners.
In addition to the clinical duties at UVM Medical Center, the staff is dedicated to teaching and research in their academic roles at the University of Vermont College of Medicine.
The department has close working relationships with University of Vermont Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics and the Vermont Department of Health.
Providing care for those living with HIV/AIDS is a strong focus of the staff. They coordinate four HIV/AIDS specialty clinics (Comprehensive Care Clinics) throughout Vermont, supported by Ryan White CARE Act funding.
The HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Clinics are a 4-clinic system providing state-of-the-art treatment for all stages of HIV/AIDS. All services are confidential and the first visit is free. Services include: free HIV testing, prevention counseling, confidential services and state-of-the-art medical care.
HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Clinics are located at:
- UVM Medical Center's Medical Center Campus, Burlington 802-847-4594
- Rutland Regional Medical Center, Rutland 802-747-3700
- Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, Brattleboro 802-257-8860
- Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital, St. Johnsbury 802-748-8141
International Travel Medicine
The UVM Medical Center International Travel Clinic provides pre-travel advice, immunizations, medications, and treatment of post travel illness. Learn more about International Travel Medicine services.