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Banner-University Health Valley Fever Clinic in Tucson

 

Drs. Elizabeth Connick, Fariba Donovan, John Galgiani, Donald Alexander Perry, and Tirdad Zangeneh                                                                                                  (especially in patients with also organ transplants, bone marrow transplants or HIV).

Infectious Diseases

Banner University Medical Center

3838 N. Campbell Ave, Bldg 2.

Tucson, AZ 85719

For appointments: 520-694-8888

 

Dr. Ziad Shehab

Pediatric Infectious Diseases

Banner University Medical Group

535 N. Wilmot Rd. 

Tucson, AZ 85711

For appointments: 520-694-KIDS

 

Also in Tucson

Dr. Steven Oscherwitz

Infectious Diseases

Southern Arizona Infectious Disease Specialists

5230 E. Farness Dr., Suite 100 

Tucson, AZ 85712

For appointments: 520-318-9681

http://www.saids-tucson.com/physicians-providers/steven-oscherwitz.aspx

 

Banner-University Health Valley Fever Clinic in Phoenix

Infectious Diseases

Banner University Medical Center

1300 N. 12th St. Suite 600

Phoenix, AZ 85006     

Only accepting existing patients

 

Also in Metropolitan Phoenix


Dr. Janis Blair

Infectious Diseases

Mayo Clinic Arizona

5777 E. Mayo Blvd

Phoenix, AZ 85054

For appointments: 480-342-0115

 

Dr. Aman Dalal

312 N Alma School Road, Suite 10

Chandler AZ 85224

For appointments: 480-582-3700

 

Drs. Wesley Shealey AND Tatyana Shekhel

Infectious Diseases

St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center

500 W. Thomas Rd.

Phoenix, AZ 85013 

For appointments: 602-406-4300


 

Download VFAAC Doctors Directory

 

The Valley Fever Alliance of Arizona Clinicians (VFAAC), was created in 2009 by the Valley Fever Center for Excellence (VFCE) involving primary care clinicians and medical specialists to provide a gateway for patients with Valley Fever and for physicians to locate specialists who could help with care of their patients.

Clinicians within VFAAC have been selected by the network’s Board as persons with experience and skills that Board members would trust to care for their own patients. Part of the intent of the program is to identify clinicians with appropriate experience and interest in Valley Fever who are geographically close to the patient.