University Hospital System (UHS) – State-of-the art teaching hospital (700 beds), all single rooms. The inpatient Infectious Diseases teams include the ID Consult Service and the Team 6 HIV Consult Service. Fellows will also rotate with the UHS Transplant. Fellows are exposed to a wide array of infectious diseases from endemic fungal diseases, mycobacterial infections including TB, nocardia, murine typhus & infections in the immunocompromised hosts. UHS also boasts a world-class Microbiology lab.
Audie L. Murphy Memorial VA Hospital – a 517-bed hospital contiguous with University Hospital and the UT Health San Antonio campus. It serves 250,000 veterans in 43 counties of South Texas. Fellows rotate at the VA’s Inpatient Infectious Diseases Consult Service. The VA is also home the elective Hepatitis-C clinic. 1st year fellows have their continuity clinic at the VA.
University Health System – Robert B. Green Campus – Located in downtown San Antonio. The Family-Focused AIDS Clinical Treatment Services (FFACTS) clinic is located here; this is the outpatient clinic for 2nd year fellows. ID Fellows will also rotate through Outpatient Parenteral Antibiotic Therapy (OPAT) at the Robert B. Green Campus.
Texas Center for Infectious Disease (TCID) – was the first free-standing infectious disease hospital constructed in the United States in more than 50 years. The 60,000 SF hospital provides specialized care for patients battling airborne infectious diseases such as Tuberculosis (TB). TCID’s outpatient clinic also serves as one of the state’s Hansen’s Disease clinics.This one-of-a-kind facility has 74 patient rooms, all designed as airborne infection isolation rooms. Fellows rotate here during their 2nd year of fellowship.