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Patient Care Overview

Thank you for visiting the Division of Infectious Diseases, an academic unit specializing in the diagnosis, treatment, and clinical and laboratory investigation of infections. Through the UNC ID Clinic, our faculty care for patients with HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, TB, MRSA, sexually transmitted diseases, tick-borne diseases, and more. We provide care for more than 2300 patients in the UNC Eastowne Medical Office Building, open five days a week. Our goal is to provide you with a personalized treatment plan in a caring, compassionate setting. We want you to feel better as soon as you walk through our doors.

 

Patient Visits

Most patients are seen in person at one of our outpatient clinical locations. We also see patients in several other settings.

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Our clinical services include clinic-based consultations and ongoing care, as well as in-patient, hospital based care. Click below to learn more about particular focus areas.


Clinical Trials

As academic clinicians, we perform research that moves patient care forward, including clinical trials that look at new ways to prevent, diagnose, and treat disease. Volunteers may participate for the opportunity to receive cutting-edge treatments for specific conditions, and to help others. Explore our searchable database to find clinical trials in the Department of Medicine.

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MyChart

My UNC Chart is a safe, secure and convenient patient portal that allows you to access your health information when it is convenient for you.

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COVID-19

Here at UNC Healthcare, we are taking every precaution possible to make your visit to our facility safe for both our patients and our staff.

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Clinical Locations