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Infectious Disease


Services & Programs

Pediatric infectious disease physicians at CHAM provide consultation services to both outpatients and inpatients. Some of our specialty programs include:

  • The Vaccine Center provides outpatient information and vaccines for preventable childhood diseases, including measles, pertussis (whooping cough), and mumps. 
  • Our Travel Clinic advises families about how to avoid foreign diseases such as malaria, yellow fever, or typhoid during vacations or trips abroad, and vaccinates children for these and other illnesses before traveling.
  • We work cross-departmentally to diagnosis and manage Kawasaki disease.
  • Our Transplant Clinic protects pediatric patients from infections that may accompany solid organ transplants. 
  • Antibiotics stewardship
  • Infection control
Outpatient consultations to the Division of Infectious Disease are by referral from primary physician or specialty provider. For an outpatient referral, please contact 718-741-2470.


Kawasaki Disease Clinic

Infectious disease physicians at CHAM collaborate with pediatric cardiology specialists to diagnose and manage Kawasaki disease.

Transplant Infectious Disease Clinic

At CHAM, we provide comprehensive, multidisciplinary care for children who have received a stem cell or solid organ transplant or who are undergoing evaluation for possible transplantation.

Travel Clinic

Traveling abroad? Infectious disease specialists can provide information to help your family avoid infections while traveling, including malaria, yellow fever, traveler’s diarrhea and typhoid fever.

Vaccine Center

Vaccines are a critical part of pediatric preventative medicine. Experts in the Division of Infectious Disease can answer your questions regarding childhood immunizations in clear, uncomplicated language.



Meet our expert physicians working at the forefront of microbiology and immunology research.

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