Department of Infection Control

World-class treatment of infectious diseases

The Infectious Disease department at the hospital is responsible for diagnosing and treating patients with contagious diseases. The department has a team of doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals who care for patients with infections. The department is equipped with the latest diagnostic and treatment technologies and offers its patients a wide range of services. The unit provides high-quality care by educating the public about prevention and treatment.

The Infectious Disease Unit at Medway Hospitals offers comprehensive treatment, care, and management for numerous disorders that are acute and life-threatening. Inpatient and outpatient consultations are available, and the department delivers outstanding treatment and guidance for long-term fevers and other underlying infections. Infected patients are adviced on travel, safety measures, immunizations, and other precautions.

The Infectious Diseases Unit at Medway Hospitals constantly monitors and promptly treats patients:

  • In medical/surgical intensive care units, OB-GYN unit
  • Oncological patients
  • Recipients of Stem Cell Transplants
  • Patients receive antibiotics via parenteral administration (OPAT).
  • Patients with multidrug infections

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