Infectious Diseases Outpatient Clinic: This clinic provides expert diagnosis and management of infectious disease-related issues. Patients are referred to the clinic by their primary care provider. Clinic is held at Children's Hospital Colorado on Tuesdays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., with additional clinic times throughout the day on Wednesday, plus Tuesday and Friday mornings for children with specific diagnoses. Two Physician Assistants work with ID attendings and fellows to staff our outpatient program.
CHIP Program Outpatient Clinic: This is the regional center for the advanced care of children, teenagers, young adults, pregnant women, and parents with HIV in the Rocky Mountain Region and an National Institute of Health (NIH)-funded clinical trials site for three networks (IMPAACT, PHACS, ATN). The clinic has a complete staff of doctors, nurses, social workers, dietician, pharmacist, mental health specialists and peer counselors. Multidisciplinary clinics are held every Tuesday (9 to noon) and Wednesday Youth Clinic (1 p.m. to 5 p.m.), at Children’s Hospital Colorado. Families are included in the care and management of the children.
Infectious Diseases Consultation Team: The In-patient ID team includes an ID attending, a Pediatric ID fellow, pediatric residents and senior medical students and an ID pharmacist. Attendings and fellows are on-call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Inpatient rounds are conducted with a faculty member and fellow seven days a week. In addition, the Infectious Disease team is available for telephone consultations to physicians in the Rocky Mountain Region and receives approximately 50-100 calls per week. The Team also supports the microbiology and virology laboratories and four transplant teams and hosts a weekly case management conference.