Northwestern University is an educational and research institution. The faculty of Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine provide clinical patient care through affiliated hospitals and practice plans.
Microbial evolution, compounded by social, demographic, and environmental factors, has made infectious disease a major public health threat and the second leading cause of death worldwide. The Division of Infectious Diseases faculty, through Feinberg-affiliated Northwestern Medicine® hospital and care sites, applying new and improved treatments that address a broad array of infectious diseases, ranging from preventing hospital acquired infections to combating the causes of emerging and re-emerging epidemic diseases.
- Viral hepatitis
- Seasonal and pandemic influenza
- Infections in the immune compromised host
- Antimicrobial resistance
- Communicable diseases
Northwestern Medicine – Division of Infectious Diseases
Find information about the facilities, specialists and conditions treated through the Feinberg-affiliated care sites via the division’s Northwestern Medicine site.
Connect with patient resources via the information below. For general information about patient care, see the Department of Medicine Patient Care page.
- Clinical Affiliate Practice (Phone Number): 312-926-8358
- Clinical Affiliate Practice (Fax Number): 312-926-9630