North Texas Infectious Diseases Consultants (NTIDC) is the leading practice, providing patient-focused care and a quality medical experience. Our doctors treat infectious diseases with a focus on bacterial, fungal and transplant infections, HIV, Hepatitis B & C, Sexually Transmitted infections and Immunodeficiencies.
Infectious diseases are illnesses caused by microorganisms, such as bacteria, viruses, and fungi. All of our physicians are highly trained specialists in diagnosing and treating these infections.Read More
North Texas Infectious Diseases Consultants (NTIDC) is very experienced in the treatment of viral infections including HIV, hepatitis B & C, herpes simplex, HPV and other viral infections.Read More
North Texas Infectious Diseases Consultants (NTIDC)’s Hospital Avoidance Program is set up to provide other physicians with and alternative to hospital admission or emergency department visits for their patients.Read More
North Texas Infectious Diseases Consultants (NTIDC) can provide drug therapies administered via infusion that include antibiotics, antifungals, antivirals, specialty medications including IVIG. We have onsite PICC and mid-line placement and are able to administer these therapies in our infusion suite or patients may choose to do these at home.Read More
Infectious diseases are the third leading cause of death in the United States, causing over 170,000 deaths annually, a figure that has nearly doubled since the early 1980’s. Globally, infectious diseases rank as the second leading cause of death, over half of which are under the age of 5. These existing, as well as new and emerging diseases, present a continuous threat to society.
Infectious Diseases specialists have eradicated smallpox worldwide, led efforts to eliminate polio, and developed vaccines that have enabled dramatic reductions in diseases such as hepatitis B and varicella.
The physicians and staff of North Texas Infectious Diseases Consultants (NTIDC) conduct multiple clinical trials for the treatment and study of HIV-infected individuals. Currently, the Research Department is participating in Phases I, II, III & IV trials and is one of the most respected and sought-after clinical trial sites in the north Texas region, providing our HIV patients with access to the most cutting-edge experimental treatment options available. All trials are conducted at North Texas Infectious Diseases Consultants (NTIDC) Research Department located at 3409 Worth Street on the Baylor University Medical Center campus in the Worth Street Tower, Suite 710, Dallas, Texas.
September 12, 2019
April 10, 2019
North Texas Infectious Disease Consultants is the premier HIV/AIDS facility in the Notth Texas. The doctors and staff utilize cutting edge medical diagnostic equipment and procedures. I was not in good shape when I first visited and suffered from debilitating fatigue. North Texas Infectious Disease ...
Dr. Berhe has been my husband's doctor for many many many years. He has always put my husband's health first. This man is an absolute angel!
Misty and Erin are the best. I feel as though I am with friends when I come in for my checkups. I am always treated as a human and not just a stat or program number. I highly recommend this team at NTIDC if you are in the need for great people who take great care of you!
They are a great staff! Misty has taken great care of me on my visits. Great with being able to reschedule, the staff here get you in and out very quickly.
The Dr staff is absolutely world class. I have had three different doctors here and each of them are incredibly kind and take the time to break down your treatment and explain what's going on to make sure they answer all of your questions. the nurses are equally as caring and knowledgeable.
A year into the pandemic, we look at how the LGBTQ community is doing.Read More
North Texas Infectious Diseases Consultants (NTIDC) is the premier Infectious Disease medical group in Dallas. Our physicians specialize in allRead More
FDA Approves First Extended-Release, Injectable Drug Regimen for Adults Living with HIV.Read More