Marc Klapholz, MD, FACC, FCSAI, Chief of Service

The Department of Medicine is the largest clinical department at University Hospital and provides a full spectrum of primary and subspecialty care with 12 Divisions and more than 70 full time and 250 courtesy and part-time clinical staff. The Department of Medicine is also responsible for the training of more than 180 residents and fellows in primary and medical subspecialty programs. The Department of Medicine manages more than 6,000 patient admissions per year at UH and provides 50,000 outpatient visits annually at our Ambulatory Care Center.

In addition to the Division of General Medicine, which is comprised of a full time Hospitalists group and a Primary Care group, advanced and full spectrum subspecialty care is provided in Cardiology, Endocrinology, Infectious Diseases, Allergy, Immunology, and Rheumatology, Dermatology, Pulmonary and Critical Care, Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Hematology and Oncology, and Nephrology.

The Department of Medicine is at the cutting edge in the development of novel therapeutics in multiple clinical arenas. It offers clinical trials in regenerative medicine including stem cell therapy post myocardial infarction and direct gene therapy in heart failure. We are internationally recognized for advanced clinical trials in the treatment of HIV and the development of new rapid testing of a broad range of infectious organisms using molecular beacons. The Department of Medicine is at the forefront of generating new insights into the mechanisms of diseases in Heart Failure, HIV, Tuberculosis, and in the areas of Immunity and Inflammation that underlie many chronic modern day illnesses.

We invite you to explore our individual clinical services for more information and please feel free to reach out to us if we can be of service to you.

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