MODERN MEDICINE. COMPASSIONATE CARE.
At Texas Infectious Disease Institute, our mission is a simple one: by blending modern medicine with time-honored values of compassion, empathy and respect, we partner with each patient to create positive change through education, innovative and patient-centered therapies, and the highest level of patient care.
ABOUT WHO ARE WE?
Serge Lartchenko, MD and his experienced team of physician assistants, nurse practitioners, vocational nurses, medical assistants and patient care specialists are expertly trained in the treatment of infectious disease. They provide exceptional patient care in a compassionate and professional environment.
TREATMENTS WHAT IS AN INFECTIOUS DISEASE?
An infectious disease is an illness caused by organisms living in and on our bodies, which under certain conditions, causes disease.
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PATIENT INFO HOW CAN WE HELP?
Our experienced team provides comprehensive and compassionate care to each and every patient. We specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of infectious disease, from autoimmune disorders such as AIDS and HIV to SARS, MRSA, Hepatitis and West Nile Virus.
Our expertise covers a range of conditions with treatments and therapies customized to our patients and their individual healthcare needs.
NEWS STAY INFORMED & UP TO DATE
D Magazine Names Dr. Lartchenko a “Best Doctor” for Four Straight Years
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.
What Kinds of Bacteria Cause Orthopedic Infections?
Infections after surgery are more common than many people realize. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate that within 30 days, as many as 3 out of 100 surgical patients will develop an infection. In most cases, these infections occur at the site of the surgical incision and respond well to antibiotics. But
Spine Infections: A rare but serious condition
Trust the Center for Orthopedic and Surgical Infectious Disease Spine infections are a rare but often serious condition. Also called vertebral osteomyelitis, spine infections are most commonly seen in senior populations and after a surgical procedure. A spine infection can include the vertebrae, spinal discs, meninges, spinal canal; even the spinal cord. Occurring in about