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With award-winning physicians providing the highest level of care, Atrium Health Infectious Disease Kenilworth offers infectious diseases and infusion therapy services for patients throughout the Charlotte, NC metro area.

Why See an Infectious Diseases Specialist?

We are a referral-based practice, meaning your primary care doctor or specialist will recommend and refer you to our doctors. Typically, referrals are a result of the following circumstances:

  • An infection is difficult to diagnose
  • A patient does not respond to treatment
  • Treating illnesses becomes a part of a patient's overall care, for example, a patient with HIV/AIDS

In all of these cases, the specialized training of our infectious diseases team can help determine the cause of your infection and the best approach to treatment. There are situations when treatment may involve infusion therapy, which we provide onsite.

Atrium Health Infectious Disease Kenilworth, in Charlotte, NC, provides patients with the highest quality of infectious diseases care available. Our providers work alongside primary care doctors, and with their patients, to determine a personalized treatment plan based on individual needs. This customized plan may include traditional treatment options, as well as innovative research alternatives.

What is Infusion Therapy?

Infusion therapy is the administration of medication through an IV. This type of treatment is called for when an infection is so severe that it will not respond to traditional oral antibiotics or medication.

Infusion Care Outside the Hospital

We provide access to infusion therapy in a convenient and comfortable outpatient setting. This allows patients to be discharged from the hospital earlier or to avoid hospital admission altogether.

We provide the following infusion care in an outpatient setting:

  • IV antibiotic therapy
  • IV immune undulatory therapy

Travel Health

Infectious diseases, such as typhoid, yellow fever, cholera, and meningitis, still exist in some countries. Atrium Health Infectious Disease Kenilworth provides travel tips, consultations and vaccines to help overseas travelers remain healthy and safe.

These services include:

  • Individualized pre- and post-travel consultations
  • International certificates of vaccination (required for regions with yellow fever)
  • Malaria chemoprophylaxis, when indicated
  • Medication for self-treatment of traveler’s diarrhea, altitude sickness and jet lag
  • Administration of all required and recommended immunizations, including the following:
    • DTP (diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis)
    • Flu vaccine
    • Hepatitis A (adult and child)
    • Hepatitis B (adult and child)
    • Japanese encephalitis
    • Meningococcal
    • MMR (measles, mumps, rubella)
    • Polio
    • Td (tetanus, diphtheria)
    • Twinrix (combined Hepatitis A and B)
    • Typhoid
    • Yellow fever

Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are research studies designed to answer questions about new ways to diagnose, treat and prevent infectious diseases. Clinical trial participants have the opportunity to receive new research treatments before they are widely available and help others by contributing to medical research. Trials are essential to develop new treatment approaches. Today’s standard treatments are based on the results of previous clinical trials. To learn more, please contact our clinical trials coordinator at 704-667-5324.

Patient Forms

Atrium Health Infectious Disease Kenilworth provides new and existing patients the following forms for download to fill out and bring to your child's appointment as requested.

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Distance: 4.07 miles
Phone: 704-331-9669
Fax: 704-688-0035

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