Jefferson University Hospitals

Diseases & Conditions

  • Endocarditis
    Endocarditis is an infection of the inner lining of your heart (endocardium) that typically occurs when bacteria or other germs spread through your bloodstream.

  • HIV & AIDS
    If you have HIV and/or AIDS, our clinicians serve as your primary care physician and will oversee all of the types of care that you may need as part of your treatment.

  • Infectious Mononucleosis
    Our infectious disease specialists can expertly diagnose and treat mono and take care of symptoms such as fever and sore throat.

  • Influenza
    Influenza (or the flu) is a highly contagious viral infection and is one of the most severe illnesses of the winter season that affects the respiratory system.

  • Lyme Disease
    Our physicians are able to diagnose and treat Lyme disease, a bacterial infection caused by ticks.

  • Malaria
    If you are planning to travel to an area where malaria, the most deadly parasitic disease, occurs, consult with our Travel Medicine Services team.

  • Meningitis
    High fever, nausea and stiff neck are signs of meningitis and should be treated by our medical professionals immediately.

  • Osteomyelitis
    Our specialists treat osteomyelitis by focusing on treating the infection in the bone and providing long-term care to prevent further complications.

  • Peripheral Neuropathy
    If you notice any unusual tingling, weakness or pain in your hands or feet, our physicians can evaluate you for peripheral neuropathy.

  • Salmonella Infections
    Our infectious disease specialists can provide diagnosis and treatment for nausea, chills, vomiting and other symptoms of salmonella.

  • Tuberculosis
    If you are planning to travel outside of the U.S., it is extremely important to talk with our travel medicine specialists about tuberculosis vaccinations.