Clinical Centers

The Department of Medicine is committed to providing high quality, patient centered, safe, and evidence based clincal care in state-of-the-art clinical centers to patients within our community and around the world.

The Stanford Amyloid Center

The Stanford Amyloid Center's provides a multidisciplinary approach to treatment, which includes comprehensive evaluations by physicians of every required subspecialty. Each member of the team is highly experienced in the care of patients with amylodosis and is committed to a coordinated approach to patient care.  The center offers support for patients and their families through collaboration with the Northern California Amyloidosis Support Group.

Stanford Chronic Fatigue Initiative

An initiative dedicated to studying infection-associated chronic diseases with the primary aim is to study the roles that infection and the immune response play in the symptoms of patients suffering from chronic,unexplained diseases.

The Stanford Cystic Fibrosis Center

Cystic Fibrosis is one of the mostcommon genetic (inherited) diseases in America. It is also one of the mostserious. It mainly affects the lungs and the digestive systems in the body,causing breathing problems and problems digesting foods. It is a chronic disease that currently has no cure. The Cystic Fibrosis Center at Stanford is an integrated disease management program that follows patients of all ages from diagnosis through adulthood.

Tropical Medicine and Traveler's Health Clinic

Visiting a travel clinic decreases the chances of developing serious illnesses when traveling abroad. The Stanford Tropical Medicine and Travelers' Health Clinic is your complete travel health provider. We offer expert, pre-travel consultative services and provide treatment for illnesses contracted while traveling abroad.

Glomerular Disease Center

The Glomerular Disease Center (GDC) provides comprehensive and outstanding care to patients with glomerular disease, embracing evidence based care, patient education and participation as well as opportunities to explore experimental therapies in making a difference in outcomes.The focus is on primary glomerular disease and glomerular injury in the context of chronic infection or cancer. The team utilizes its skills in pathology, nephrology and immunology to individualize diagnosis and patient care.

The Stanford Center for Advanced Lung Disease

Stanford faculty physicians are actively involved in leading-edge research to improve the lives of patients with advanced lung disease and those who have received a lung transplant.At the Stanford Center for Advanced Lung Disease (ALD), we offer comprehensive specialty care for patients with conditions such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, pulmonary hypertension, cystic fibrosis and interstitial lung disease.