The Texas Infectious Disease Institute is an infectious disease practice in Richardson, Texas, specializing in HIV/AIDS care for patients 12 and older. Double-board-certified internal medicine and infectious disease specialist Serge Lartchenko, MD, nurse practitioner Shannon Armstead, NP, and office manager Angela Redmon lead the practice.
The Texas Infectious Disease Institute has earned the title Best Doctor in Dallas for infectious diseases by D Magazine five years in a row. As an outstanding infectious disease practice, the mission at the Texas Infectious Disease Institute is to blend modern medicine with time-honored values of empathy, compassion, and respect.
The Texas Infectious Disease Institute team partners with each patient to create positive changes through education, innovation, patient-centered therapies, and the highest level of care possible.
Dr. Lartchenko is a trusted leader in the field of infectious disease. The Texas Infectious Disease Institute is home to one of the largest infusion centers in North Dallas, offering intravenous antibiotics.
The Texas Infectious Disease Institute has a proven track record of helping patients when other doctors are unsure what to do.
Dr. Lartchenko and his experienced team of physician assistants, nurse practitioners, vocational nurses, medical assistants, and patient care specialists are the superior choices for infectious disease treatment in Dallas and surrounding communities.
The Texas Infectious Disease Institute offers HIV-prevention programs, limb salvage, bone-infection treatment to prevent amputation, infusions, and prosthetics. The skilled infectious disease team treats diabetic foot infections, orthopedic infections, surgical site infections, Hepatitis B and C, cellulitis, chronic urinary tract infections, bone infections, HIV, and more.
The skilled providers warmly welcome new and existing patients to the practice and look forward to caring for them. Call the office today or use the online booking feature to schedule an appointment at the Texas Infectious Disease Institute.