Conditions caused by an infectious disease often require specialized care, and you can find that care at Allegheny Health Network (AHN).
Our doctors diagnose and treat a broad range of conditions caused by infectious disease, with expert precision.
Infectious disease physicians at AHN complete extra training after medical school through fellowship programs. These programs give our doctors advanced knowledge that they use to care for you.
We’re continually evolving how we treat Coronavirus (COVID-19) based on the latest research. Learn how to protect yourself and seek care when you need it.
Our infectious disease specialists work alongside other AHN physicians to care for difficult-to-manage infections, like an infection in a heart transplant patient.
Our nationally recognized infectious disease fellowship program use AHN’s standards for care and medical education to train physicians to become future experts.
With research, our patients get access to clinical trial medications and we’re discovering the right antibiotics to cure severe infections and limit medication use.
Antibiotics are effective at treating infectious diseases, but using them too long puts you at risk for serious complications. AHN is reducing the risk.
It can be scary learning that you have an infectious disease. We deliver effective care for infectious conditions that don’t respond to standard treatments.
Our Positive Health Clinic delivers primary care and support services that meets the needs of people with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
To prevent infections within our hospitals, we use special care techniques for treating seriously ill patients and special processes for cleaning medical equipment.
Physician consultations are available 24-hours-a-day, at one of our locations convenient to where you live or work, to care for patients with infectious diseases.
No one wants to get sick while traveling abroad, so we help lower your risk. You can receive the vaccinations you need based on your destination and travel plans.
We are continually researching new ways to prevent, detect, and treat disease. Find specialists for your patient and discover educational opportunities for you.