Thanks for once again visiting our website, see below for links and important education information on common infections, research, outbreaks and literature for patients.

CLICK HERE An example list of some of the illnesses that we could treat either in the hospital or in our office. Each has a description by the Florida Department of Health.
We offer infusion services of intravenous medications and antibiotics to our out-patients. Patients come to the physician office-based Infusion Center as an alternative to receive intravenous therapy in the hospital or a home-health-care setting. Patients usually return to the infusion center once, twice or three times a week depending on their required treatment. At each visit patients receive intravenous medications and the necessary supplies, and they are monitored by the registered nurse and the clinical pharmacist to ensure the success of the treatment.The IDC Infusion Centers have two convinient locations:

* Next to the IDC Main Office: 685 Palm Springs Drive, Suite 2C, Altamonte Springs, FL 32701.

* At the Orlando Immunology Center (OIC): 1701 Mills Avenue, Orlando, FL 32803.

For general questions call (407) 260 7175 for both locations.

For billing questions call the Infusion Center Business Office at: 1(800) 337 0220 or 1(800) 932 6807.

CLICK HERE Take the short quiz and the CDC, in Atlanta, will tell you !
CLICK HERE Find out what you need before traveling to a any location in the world, including information about diseases, vaccines recommended, repellents, etc,…
CLICK HERE Click here to read an article co-authored by Dr. Alvarado on Travel Tips!
CLICK HERE: This is official information about your doctors and is available from the State of Florida directly.
Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention is your online source for credible health information and is the official Web site of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Public Medline (PubMed), from the National Library of Medicine in Washington, DC.
Florida Hospital MD, Physician portal, in Orlando, FL.
Article about wounds authored by Dr. Anibal Maldonado.

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