The Transplantation Infectious Disease and Compromised Host Program is a part of the life-long care provided to solid organ, bone marrow and stem cell transplant recipients and other immunocompromised individuals with special risk for infections. This program provides in-patient and ambulatory care for this unique "at risk" population.
This Program provides:
- Inpatient consultation for infectious disease management in solid organ and hematopoietic transplant recipients and donors, for patients with acute hematopoietic malignancies, and for other individuals with immune deficiencies.
- Outpatient care for the same populations
- Disease prevention – appropriate pre- and post-transplant vaccination and individually designed strategies for prophylaxis
- Travel advice in advance or following travel by our patients
- Antifungal stewardship program for the MGH
The Staff members of the Transplant Infectious Disease Program are all members of the Infectious Disease Division of Massachusetts General Hospital with specialized expertise in the care of the immunocompromised hosts.
Transplant Infectious Disease and Compromised Host Program Attending Physicians:
Jay A. Fishman, MD, Director
Camille Kotton, MD, Clinical Director
Eric Rosenberg, MD
Joseph ElKhoury, MD
Arthur Kim, MD
Alyssa Letourneau, MD
Michael Mansour, MD
Mark Posnansky, MD
Infectious Disease In-Patient Consultation:
Outpatient Clinic: By physician
referral only: 617-726-8411