Clinic for Infectious and Tropic Diseases
The Clinic for Infectious and Tropical Diseases is highly qualified for the treatment of patients diagnosed with acute and chronic infectious diseases involving central and peripheral nervous system, respiratory, digestive, urogenital and locomotor system, and the skin, that is, acute and chronic diseases of viral, bacterial, parasitic and fungal etiology or opportunistic etiopathogenesis including tropical diseases in particular, HIV infection and febrile conditions of unknown etiology.
This Clinic is the National Referral Center for viral hepatitis C and B.
The history of Infectology Medical Service and the beginning of operation of the Clinic for Infectious Diseases coincide with the beginning of operation of the General Military Hospital. The hospital had a Section for Infectious Diseases operating within the framework of Internal Diseases Department. In 1924, the Section grew into the Department of Infectious Diseases, and, in 1961, it developed, in organizational terms, into the Clinic for Infectious Diseases. It was headed by Col. Asst. Prof. Dr. Roza Papo. In 1968, the Center for Tropical diseases was added to the Clinic’s roster. In 1982, the Clinic moved into a new MMA’s building.
The military insured patients and civilian referrals can seek services with Infectious and Tropic Diseases Ward within its hours of operation (from 07.30 a.m. to 03.00 p.m.), Monday through Friday. Self-pay patients can visit this Ward during its afternoon working hours between 03.30 p.m. and 07.30 p.m., Monday through Thursday.
MMA’s Information Office: +381 11 2661 122, 2662 755
Head of the Clinic:
Tel: +381 11 266 70 97
Administration Office: +381 11 360 92 82

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