The common cold. It’s an annoying but usually mild local infection we’ve all battled at one time or another. But maybe you’re up against a much tougher infectious disease — such as HIV or hepatitis — that has long-term effects on your whole body and life. In that case, you’ll want a team behind you that helps you fight for better health.

Infectious diseases are caused by tiny organisms (life forms) that get through your body’s natural defenses and grow into symptoms that can range from mild to deadly. Emory Clinic Division of Infectious Diseases offers caring treatment for people who have major infections such as:

  • HIV
  • Hepatitis
  • Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)
  • Transplant infections
  • Travel-related infections
  • Lyme disease and more
  • Ebola virus disease
  • Zika

Infectious Disease Care from Compassionate Experts

Emory Clinic Division of Infectious Diseases has a mission to bring care to those in the Atlanta area who are suffering from the devastating impact of diseases like hepatitis, HIV, STDs, and more. When you come to us, we put our treatment strategies into action with care that includes education, therapies, vaccines, and medicines.

Innovative Treatments and Services

The specialists at Emory Clinic Division of Infectious Diseases are faculty members from Emory University School of Medicine. This means that your doctors are the same doctors leading research teams and clinical trials. They offer many kinds of general and specialized services for people of all ages and give you access to treatments you can’t find at most other hospitals.

Location and Contact Information

You’ll find the Emory Clinic Infectious Diseases on the seventh floor of the Medical Office Tower (MOT) building on the Emory University Hospital Midtown campus.

Contact Us

For more information, please call one of the numbers below:

  • Main: 404-686-8114
  • Appointments: 404-686-8114
  • After Hours: 404-686-8114 (to reach the after hour operator)

Emory Clinic Infectious Diseases