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Infectious Diseases

Infectious Diseases

Conway Medical Center offers specialty care in Infectious Diseases which deals with a broad spectrum of infections ranging throughout all of the body’s systems and organs. Whether your infection may be viral, bacterial, fungal, or parasitic, our Infectious Diseases team takes an in-depth approach to identify the issue and finding solutions.

You may also need the assistance of our Infectious Diseases care team, if you have a suppressed immune system that makes you more susceptible to contracting infections or if you are planning to travel outside the country to areas where diseases are more prevalent.  

Common infectious diseases in need of specialty care:

Bone and joint infections
C. diff colitis
CMV disease
Endemic fungi infections like histoplasmosis
Fevers with unknown origins

Hepatitis C
Infections in people with compromised immune systems
Parasitic infestations
Travel-related infections

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Protection and care when you need it most

Infections are common and our bodies can usually take care of them.  But prolonged, severe, or unusual infections need expert attention.  That’s where Conway Medical Center comes in.

CMC Infectious Diseases is ready to help you live a happier and healthier life. Our goal is to provide early intervention that can minimize the need for hospitalization and create a safe and more efficient way to handle acute illness and treatment for a variety of infections. 

For more information, call 843-347-7115.


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