The Northwest Infectious Disease Clinic evaluates and treats patients with a spectrum of possible or diagnosed infectious diseases including cellulitis, Hepatitis B and C, HIV, hospital acquired infections, lymphadenopathy, tuberculosis, STD’s and surgical and wound infections. Our physicians are board certified in Infectious Disease, having completed fellowship training in additional to being board certified in Internal Medicine.
We accept new patient referrals from primary care and specialist providers. You may be referred to Northwest Infectious Disease when an infection is difficult to diagnose, does not initially respond to treatment, or requires specialized or intravenous therapy. We work closely with our patients, referring providers and community resources to provide comprehensive, patient-centered care.
Our services include physical exams, treatment and patient education. We will also order lab, radiology and other diagnostic services as needed.
Our services include consultation and treatment for:
- Bone and joint infections
- Drug resistant bacteria (i.e. MRSA, ESBL gram negatives and CRE)
- Fungal infections such as Aspergillus, Cryptococcus and Coccidioides
- Hepatitis B and C
- Hospital acquired infections
- Persons living with HIV / AIDS
- Post surgical infections
- Prophylactic one-step PrEP
- Sexually transmitted infections and exposure
- Tick and mosquito borne illnesses such as Lyme, Dengue, malaria
- Tuberculosis (positive test)
- Wound infections
Continuity of Care Policy
The physicians of Northwest Infectious Disease Clinic are committed to providing their patients with the best care possible, and feel strongly that continuity of care is integral to the delivery of care. Continuity of care is the process by which the patient and the physician are cooperatively involved in ongoing healthcare management with the goal of high quality, cost-effective medical care.
Billing & Insurance
Northwest Infectious Disease Clinic accepts Medicare and most major insurance plans. Please contact your insurance company to verify benefits prior to your visit, or contact us with any questions. Your insurance may require you to pay a co-payment at the time of your appointment. (This is typically noted on the front or back of your insurance card.) Please bring your insurance card and photo ID to your appointment.
For more information, please visit the UW Medicine Billing & Insurance section.
To fax documents, please use the clinic fax number: 206.668.1631