Specialized Care for Infections
The human body can experience infection in a variety of different ways, with just as many different causes. Whether your infection is acute or chronic, minor or severe, early diagnosis and timely treatment will improve your outcome.
Trios Infectious Disease Services
Trios infectious disease specialists are highly skilled in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of infections—on an inpatient or outpatient basis. We see admitted patients at all three Tri-Cities hospitals, and at skilled nursing facilities if needed. Trios is committed to giving our community broad access to vital, full-service infection care wherever it's needed.
We offer care for infections related to:
- Bacterial infections
- C. difficile
- Chronic hepatitis B and C
- Chronic or slow-healing wounds
- Fungal infections
- Implantable devices
- MRSA (methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus)
- Orthopedic infections
- Respiratory tract infections
- Sexually transmitted diseases
- Strep infections
- Other infections or complications from surgery.
Timely, Thoughtful Attention
We understand that receiving medical attention for a suspected or known infection is almost always time sensitive and often upsetting—requiring both a sense of urgency and deep compassion. For these reasons, we will quickly develop and implement a treatment plan designed for your healing and continued health.
Whatever you need while receiving treatment for an infection, we have you covered.
Laboratory. Trios Health offers two full-service laboratory locations to quickly and conveniently complete any testing ordered by your infectious disease specialist.
Medical infusion. If your treatment plan includes intravenous medication, our infusion team is ready and waiting.
Inpatient care. If you require hospitalization while receiving treatment for infection, Trios Southridge Hospital can meet your every need—at a state-of-the-art facility thoughtfully designed for healing. Wherever you need them, your Trios infectious disease specialist will be there to manage your care.