Personalized Solutions From Infectious Disease Specialists

At ID Care, we have over 50 board-certified physicians with an intimate knowledge of infections and how medications interact with them. Through our expertise and compassion, our infectious disease specialists are prepared to deliver comprehensive disease treatment that is personalized for every patient.

For physicians: are you trained in infectious disease care and want to join our team? We’re hiring!

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Common Infectious Diseases We Treat

Connecting you to the highest level of infectious disease expertise is our priority at ID Care. That’s why we provide individualized treatment options for a comprehensive range of illnesses and infections, including:

  • Clostridium difficile (C. diff)

    C. diff is a type of bacteria that causes inflammation of your colon and diarrhea. Our doctors can provide customized antibiotic treatments to remedy your condition. read more

  • COVID-19

    Coronavirus, also called COVID-19, is a highly contagious respiratory illness spread through close personal contact with an infected person. The virus travels in small droplets released into the air though coughing, sneezing, or similar events. Symptoms vary based on the variant. Vaccines are available to prevent serious illness and hospitalization. read more

  • Hepatitis A (HAV)

    Hepatitis A is a vaccine-preventable liver infection caused by a highly contagious virus spread by ingesting contaminated food or drink, or through close personal contact with an infected person. read more

  • Hepatitis B (HBV)

    This type of hepatitis causes an infection of the liver and can be transmitted through bodily fluids. While the HBV virus often leaves the body on its own, if you have a chronic case our team can provide antiviral medications or a referral to one of our affiliated hospitals if a liver transplant is needed. read more

  • Hepatitis C (HCV)

    The hepatitis C virus attacks the liver, causing inflammation and swelling. We boast a 99% cure rate for hepatitis C using individualized treatment plans that involve education, access to clinical trials, vaccines for Hepatitis A and B, and more. read more

  • HIV

    With some of the highest success rates for treating HIV in the country, our infectious disease specialists have developed comprehensive treatment plans for patients that include access to HIV clinicians, participation in clinical trials, at-home nurse services, and much more. read more

  • Joint Infections

    If you’ve suffered an infection following joint replacement surgery, our team is prepared to treat you using intravenous antibiotics or surgery to remove the infected tissue. The right antibiotics will be prescribed to help keep the infection under control, and a referral may be provided to have a new prosthesis installed or for bones to be fused. read more

  • Legionnaires’ Disease

    This form of pneumonia is transmitted through water sources and causes infection when it reaches your lungs. Our infectious disease doctors will work to provide you with the correct antibiotics to treat this disease. read more

  • Pneumonia

    Pneumonia is characterized by inflammation in the lungs and can be caused by bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Antibiotics, rest, and liquids may be prescribed as treatment. read more

  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)

    This category covers a broad range of diseases contracted through sexual contact. Our team will work with you in a discreet manner to determine the type of disease and the most effective treatment for your specific case. read more

  • Tick and Mosquito-Borne Diseases

    Ticks can cause a variety of illnesses in humans, most commonly in the form of Lyme disease. Most of these diseases are treated with antibiotics, but your infectious disease specialist will evaluate your condition to create the appropriate treatment plan. read more

  • Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)

    One of the most common types of infections, UTIs occur when bacteria enters the urinary tract. Depending on the severity of the case, you may be administered certain medications, or be required to take intravenous antibiotics. read more

Other Specialized Services

In addition to comprehensive infectious disease care, we offer other comprehensive services that address a broad variety of health conditions and needs:


The ID Care team are leaders in Infectious Disease Care, offering the most advanced prevention, diagnostic, and treatment options for a variety of infectious diseases that are often difficult to identify, whether viral, bacterial, fungal, or parasitic.

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ID Infusion Care centers on making it convenient to get outpatient IV and infusion medications and therapies to treat various conditions. Suites offer reclining chairs, flat-screen TVs, and WI-FI to help you stay relaxed and comfortable, 365 days/yr.

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ID Care Wound Care specialists offer the latest treatment options and technologies to address infected and slow healing wounds, from scrapes to ulcers and skin grafts, to ensure the best outcomes.

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ID Care offers destination-specific Travel Care plans for pre-, travel, and post-travel. Health guidance, disease prevention, travel advice, and, vaccines keep you safe and healthy.

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Meet Our Experts

At ID Care, we’re always on call as infectious disease consultants to interface with leadership executives and front-line teams to provide the expert information needed — pandemic response, the trajectory of an epidemic, or the impact to a regional population — in order to best prioritize immediate and longer-term needs and plans.

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Partner with Organizations

ID Care is a leader in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of COVID-19 and other emerging infectious diseases. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we have helped healthcare facilities, corporations, government agencies, and other organizations across New Jersey create and implement the most effective protocols for handling the surge and impact among patients and employees alike.

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