How’s your 2021 going? In a year where we are all looking for silver linings, positive vibes and sunnier days ahead, we’re proud to announce that Dr. Serge Lartchenko has received a well-deserved honor. For the fourth year in a row! That’s right. D Magazine recently awarded Dr. Lartchenko the “Best Doctor” title for 2021.
D Magazine Names Dr. Lartchenko a “Best Doctor” for Four Straight Years
Dr. Lartchenko Recognized as “Best Doctor” by D Magazine for the Third Year in a Row Each year, D Magazine has area medical professionals vote on their choice for inclusion in its “Best Doctors in Dallas” list. And our very own Dr. Lartchenko was selected as the premier choice for infectious disease treatment in DFW,
Serge Lartchenko, MD Named “Best Doctor” for all DFW Metroplex in 2019 by D Magazine Dr. Serge Lartchenko has been practicing medicine, specializing in infectious disease for 11 years. Fellowship trained in infectious disease he is triple board-certified in internal medicine, infectious diseases and wound care, making him uniquely qualified to treat a wide variety
Texas Infectious Disease Institute – Helping Patients When Other Doctors are Stumped Every year, D Magazine has area medical professionals vote on the very best doctors around for inclusion in its “Best Doctors in Dallas” list. With a track record of helping patients when other doctors are stumped, our very own Dr. Lartchenko was selected
Remember the Dallas Ebola outbreak in 2014? Dr. Lartchenko was plugged in from day one. Dallas’ big brush with Ebola began in September of that year when Thomas Eric Duncan was diagnosed with the disease at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital. He had traveled here from Liberia, where the disease was spreading. Within days of his
Infusion Therapy is the next level of healthcare for patients with infectious diseases. Having an infectious disease is a serious matter at worst and an inconvenience at best. How would you like to receive your treatment in a comfortable, relaxed setting with your favorite beverage and book in hand? Infusion Therapy at Texas Infectious Disease Institute