The physicians at Pediatric Infectious Disease have a broad range of clinical expertise in childhood infectious and inflammatory disorders. We see patients both in clinic and in the hospital who have or are suspected to have severe, unusual, recurrent or resistant infections. We also evaluate and manage patients with immunodeficiency, unexplained fever, recurrent fever, and other inflammatory conditions.
These conditions include:
In addition, we offer the following programs:
Sue Jue, MD leads the International Adoption Clinic. Services provided include pre- and post-adoption consultation. We also provide screening services for infectious diseases and establish catch-up vaccine plans as needed. Families may refer themselves to the International Adoption Clinic.
This program is designed to provide rapid access to treatment for children with recurrent Clostridium difficile infection (CDI). This includes Fecal Microbiota Transplant (FMT) when appropriate. Providers may contact the office or the on-call Pediatric Infectious Disease physician to arrange an appointment.
The Pediatric HIV Clinic provides a full range of services to children and adolescents with HIV infection. We also care for children born to HIV infected mothers. We are available to HIV infected families who are considering starting a family or who may already be pregnant to discuss strategies to prevent HIV transmission to their unborn child and what to expect after their child is born.
Appointments with Pediatric Infectious Disease are available by physician referral only.
For any of these services, physician offices may call our office at (864) 454-5130 or contact the on-call physician to coordinate more urgent referrals or to discuss the care of their patient.
We can often accommodate same or next day appointments when needed.
Immune Deficiency Foundation (https://primaryimmune.org)
Jeffrey Modell Foundation (https://www.info4pi.org)
Addition information on HIV/AIDS (https://aidsinfo.nih.gov)
Auto-inflammatory Alliance (https://autoinflammatory.org)
Kawasaki Disease Foundation (https://www.kdfoundation.org)