The Division of Pediatric Infectious Disease provides an active infectious disease consultation service at Children’s Medical Center, with consultation and care to more than 700 infants and children each year, and at Parkland Memorial Hospital. Faculty care for patients with inherited or acquired immunodeficiency, including those receiving immunosuppressive therapy for cancer, organ transplantation, bone marrow, and stem cell transplantation, as well as patients with inflammatory bowel disease and rheumatologic disorders and a wide variety of classic as well as unusual infectious disease problems.
In addition to the infectious disease outpatient clinic and the infection control program at Children’s, the Division is responsible for directing:
- The AIDS-Related Medical Services Clinic (ARMS)
- The NIH-sponsored Pediatric Pharmacology Research Unit, under the leadership of George McCracken, M.D.
- The Infection Control Program under the leadership of Jane Siegel, M.D.
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