Providing Infectious Disease Treatment in Fremont
Infectious diseases are caused by pathogenic microorganisms including bacteria,
fungi, parasites, and viruses. They can be spread by direct or indirect
contact, bites from an insect or an animal, environmental factors, or
even contaminated food or water. While some mild illnesses may not require
professional medical attention, other infections are serious and may require
Washington Township Medical Foundation is proud to provide personalized
care for patients diagnosed with infectious diseases. We are committed
to maintaining excellent patient services in Fremont and surrounding areas.
If you are experiencing a severe headache and fever, sudden vision problems,
a rash, a cough lasting longer than a week, difficulty breathing, or similar
symptoms, we encourage you to come to WTMF for treatment.
Learn more about infectious diseases—including types of infectious
diseases, how they are diagnosed, and treatments for infections provided
at Washington Township Medical Foundation:
There are many different types of illnesses and conditions that fall under
the category of infectious diseases that our team treats, including AIDS
/ HIV, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), influenza, rubella, pneumonia,
hepatitis B and C, measles, mumps, whooping cough, tuberculosis, wound
infections, Zika virus, and similar conditions. In most cases, the infection
has minor complications, but some can be life threatening. Seek medical
care and treatment from our infectious disease medical professionals today.