Infectious Diseases Clinic
211 Quarry Road, 2nd Floor Suite 202
Palo Alto, CA 94304
211 Quarry Road, 2nd Floor
Appointment Phone Number: (650) 736-5200
The ME/CFS Clinic at Stanford University combines a multidisciplinary clinical and research approach to diagnosing and treating ME/CFS. Dr. Jose G. Montoya’s team of dedicated physicians, nurses and researchers work jointly with patients, with the profound commitment to understanding the causes behind this debilitating disease and providing effective therapies to those affected by CFS, and support to their families and caretakers.
Jose G. Montoya, MD
Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases
Jane Norris, PA-C
Jill Anderson, BA
Clinical Research Coordinator
Amity Hall, PA-C
Luciana Mendiola, MA
Research and Grant Writing Assistant
Donn W. Garvert, MS
450 Broadway Street
Redwood City, CA 94063
Positive Care Clinic
3351 El Camino Real, Ste 225
Atherton, CA 94027
In addition to serving as an HIV and primary care clinic for the San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley, the Stanford Positive Care Clinic is a referral center for HIV care throughout Northern and Central California. Patients represent a wide range of ages, ethnicities, and economic backgrounds. The Stanford Positive Care Clinic is also affiliate with the Stanford AIDS Clinical Trial Unit, under the direction of Philip Grant, MD, and provides access to clinical trials and expanded access programs for appropriate patients as well.
Stanford HIV drug resistance database. In a collaborative study with the World Health Organization and seven other laboratories,Robert Shafer, MD and colleagues have compiled a list of 93 common mutations of the AIDS virus associated with drug resistance that is used to track resistance trends throughout the world.
Stanford Travel Clinic
211 Quarry Road, 2nd Floor Suite 203
Palo Alto, CA 94034
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