At WIDC, we provide our patients with personalized service and treatment plans for a wide range of infectious diseases. Our Infectious Disease Specialists will determine whether your symptoms are the cause of an infection, and will determine the best approach to treatment.
An Infectious Disease (ID) specialist completes an additional two or three years of training after four years of medical school and three years of training in internal medicine. All of the physicians at Western Infectious Disease Consultants, P.C. (WIDC) have completed their fellowship and are board certified in ID.
Our Infusion Center offers access to high-quality infusion services every day of the week. Our nursing staff specialize in intravenous and injectable therapies, and are committed to providing compassionate care to all our patients.
Our team of physicians make rounds at various Denver metro area hospitals to see how our patients are doing, discuss current conditions and progress, and plan of action for discharge. Hospitals served include Lutheran Medical Center, Good Samaritan Medical Center, St. Anthony Hospital, St. Anthony North Health Campus, Ortho Colorado Hospital, Avista Adventist Hospital, North Suburban Medical Center, Platte Valley Medical Center, Vibra Hospital and Colorado Acute Long Term Hospital.
Our physicians provide consultative services to patients infected with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). We develop a long-term, comprehensive treatment plan for HIV- infected patients which includes education, laboratory testing, antiretroviral therapy, as well as immunizations and other preventive care.
Our Travel Clinic prepares travelers with expert advice from a board certified Infectious Disease physicians to protect you wherever your adventures take you. An appointment will include a meeting with a physician who will recommend a vaccination program tailored to the diseases common to your destination. Itinerary specific advice, education, and the appropriate prescriptions will also be addressed during your appointment.
Telehealth uses telecommunications technologies to provide long-distance health care. Our physicians work with Centura Health to provide Infectious Disease consultations to patients within the Centura Health hospital system; patients who would otherwise not have access to such specialty services.