Rochester Infectious Disease
Frisbie Medical Office Building
21 Whitehall Road, Suite 200
Rochester, NH 03867
Hours: Tuesday - Thursday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Rochester Infectious Disease provides personalized and compassionate care to patients who have complex infectious diseases caused by viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites. We specialize in diagnosing and treating many types of infections, including:
- Diabetic foot ulcers
- Lyme Disease
We also provide long-term healthcare services to people living with chronic infectious diseases like HIV/AIDS.
We work closely with pathologists to diagnose infectious diseases so that we can effectively treat the disease using medications and other specialized treatments.
Travel Clinic Rochester Infectious Disease wants our patients to stay healthy and happy while traveling abroad. We offer a comprehensive travel clinic that provides counseling, medications and immunizations necessary for safe and healthy travel overseas.
We recommend that travelers seek a travel clinic consultation at least six weeks before the trip so that all vaccinations can be completed in enough time to ensure that they are active during the trip.
During the pre-travel clinic appointment, the following services will be provided:
Post-travel follow-up is available from Rochester Infectious Disease, if needed, for vaccine booster doses or travel-related illnesses.
- A full consultation with counseling about appropriate medications, immunizations and precautions that are needing during travel abroad.
- Prescriptions for travel-related infections, such as travelers' diarrhea and malaria.
- Travel immunizations, including routine and specialty vaccinations; we are a certified Yellow Fever Vaccination Center.
- Specific information about the locale where you will be traveling, including known infectious disease outbreaks or other travel hazards that might be encountered.
Payment and Insurance: We participate in a wide variety of insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid.
Directions to Rochester Infectious Disease.