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Division of Infectious Diseases

The Division of Infectious Diseases is committed to excellence in the areas of patient care, and education in an academic environment dedicated to discovery through basic research and clinical investigation.

  • 1,200 Active patients served through UI Health Community Clinic Network

  • 100 % Board passing rate for the past 10 years

  • 1,987 In 1978 University of Illinois Chicago Infectious Diseases Fellowship Training Program was accredited by the ACGME

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The Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program at UIC is dedicated to providing excellent clinical training and broad opportunities for scholarly activity to our fellows. Our goal is to train outstanding clinicians, teachers and researchers. Our trainees should provide compassionate and comprehensive care for patients with a wide variety of infectious diseases, develop the skills of professionalism to become well-regarded colleagues and consultants, and practice evidence-based medicine.

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  • Research

    The Division of Infectious Diseases faculty have specific areas of clinical and basic research expertise that provide a spectrum of collaborative interactions with faculty throughout the University of Illinois. We have a strong research focus on HIV and infection control.

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  • Patient Care

    The Division of Infectious Diseases at UI Health diagnoses and treats infection-related medical and surgical conditions and diseases, working closely with the medical team to develop a personalized plan of care for our patients.

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