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Infectious Disease Greenville

Mailing Address

890 W. Faris Rd.
Suite 580
Greenville, SC 29605

Infectious Disease Greenville

Message from Program Director

"I am privileged to direct the Prisma Health Infectious Disease Fellowship Program at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville in beautiful Greenville, South Carolina. We function as part of an academic 1,358 bed local health system that serves as a tertiary referral center for the upstate of South Carolina. Our patient acuity and variety provide a fantastic ID training context, and it’s all set in one of the most culturally attractive and fastest growing cities in America.

We have striven to create a clinically oriented, fellow-focused training experience that prepares our fellows for the challenges and rewards of a career in Infectious Disease Medicine. Our program is a two-year comprehensive training in adult inpatient and outpatient general infectious diseases, microbiology, HIV medicine, telehealth, hospital epidemiology, antimicrobial stewardship, wound care, travel medicine, and clinical research. Opportunities also exist for further training in hospital epidemiology and infection control, transplant ID, addiction medicine, and pediatric ID.

We are committed to the excellence of our fellow physicians, and we have sought the optimal balance of clinical and administrative guidance and support with fellow autonomy and real-world responsibility. Fellows will work alongside our 11 infectious disease physician staff, 3 ID pharmacists, and nurse practitioners as an integral member of our team. Bedside teaching is augmented by didactic teaching and learning, case conferences, case-based learning curriculum, microbiology rounds, journal clubs, combined ID/orthopedic conferences, morbidity and mortality conferences, and 1:1 research and career mentorship.

So, as you think about your future career plans, I invite you to consider our ID Fellowship Program to see how we might help you accomplish your goals.”

We welcome visiting residents who are considering an ID fellowship to rotate on the infectious disease inpatient consult service as space permits.  If interested, contact our Program Administrator, Micheline Prescott. 

Amanda Schnee, MD

Amanda Schnee, MD

Program Director, Infectious Disease Fellowship