Infectious Diseases Services
Preventing, Diagnosing and Treating Infectious Diseases Caused by Pathogens
Child Infectious diseases
Infectious diseases can be caused by many pathogens, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites that may cause illness and disease. For humans, transmission of pathogens may occur in a variety of ways: spread from person-to-person by direct contact, water or foodborne illness or aerosolization of infected particles in the environment and through insects and ticks.
Animal and Human Bites
Bone and Joint infections
Clostridium Difficile Colitis
Fever of Unknown Origin
Infected pressure ulcers/osteomyelitis
Infection with Tuberculosis
Parasitic infestations and travel related infections
Positive PPD skin test
Soft tissue infections
Tick Borne Illnesses
Ground Floor - 325 N. State of Franklin Rd.
Johnson City, TN 37604
Why ETSU Health?
Our infectious disease specialists oversee clinical care and teaching at the ETSU Center of Excellence of HIV/AIDS Care, a Ryan White funded center. Our facility provides top quality services to all of East Tennessee. We are also involved in the full spectrum of research to better understand the risk factors associated with -- and develop treatments for -- fungal, bacterial, and viral infections.
Our specialist have a broad range of research interests, including molecular pathogenesis, epidemiology, and clinical studies, with presentations in all of these areas at national meetings and extramural funding for translational initiatives. Particular areas of interest include the immunopathogenesis of hepatitis C infection, molecular epidemiology, and the treatment of resistant organisms.
The Division of Infectious, Inflammatory and Immunologic Diseases is committed to excellence in teaching, clinical care, and scholarship.
Manage Your Health with MyETSUHealth
View test results, make appointments, request prescription refills, and message your doctor from any Web-enabled device by using our secure online portal, MyETSUHealth. Our technology also allows anyone on your care team to securely access your health information, making sure you always get care that's right for you and based on the latest evidence.