About the Division of Infectious Diseases
The EVMS Division of Infectious Diseases is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases, with a specialization in Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and AIDS. Our faculty physicians are experts in travel and tropical medicine, tuberculosis, infections in immunocompromised hosts, in particular solid organ transplants, hospital epidemiology, microbiology and infection control in hospital and community settings.
The primary component of the Division of Infectious Diseases is the EVMS Center for the Comprehensive Care of Immune Deficiency (C3ID). C3ID provides comprehensive, state-of-the-art care to adults infected with HIV at nine clinical sites throughout Hampton Roads. The center's team of providers includes full-time board-certified physicians specializing in infectious disease, internal medicine and family medicine, as well as nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurse educators and case managers who specialize in HIV care and are ready to address a range of patient needs.
The educational component of the Division of Infectious Diseases is an intensive two-year fellowship program, preparing physicians for hospital- and community-based infectious disease management. The division benefits from the expertise of our prominent physicians and dedicated fellows, who are all devoted to the effective management and cure for all infectious diseases.