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University Infectious Diseases
Our office is open Monday-Friday 8:30 am-5:00 pm.
About University Infectious Diseases
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University Infectious Diseases brings together world-class specialists dedicated to developing and providing the latest treatments for patients with infectious diseases, including severe viral infections and invasive fungal infections.
Working together to investigate, prevent, diagnose and treat infectious diseases, our doctors and scientists set the standard for excellence in patient care. The faculty members at University Infectious Diseases are internationally known experts in infectious disease diagnosis, treatment and research. All of our physicians are board certified in Infectious Disease. Several members of the infectious disease team at Rush have been named among Chicago’s best doctors by Castle Connolly, Ltd., a well-respected source of information about U.S. health care providers and institutions.