Comprehensive Infectious Disease Program

Our Infectious Disease Program, directed by Dr. Erina Kunwar, MD, targets the identification, treatment, and prevention of infectious diseases. At Atlas Healthcare at Maywood, we understand the impact that infectious diseases can have on your health and daily life. That’s why we’re dedicated to providing comprehensive care through our Infectious Disease Program. Services include designing effective care and treatment plans for skilled nursing patients with a range of ailments and educating the facility’s care team members on infectious diseases and proper protocols.

Meet Our Infectious Disease Specialist: Dr. Erina Kunwar

Dr. Kunwar has more than 10 years of experience working as an Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases Physician. She completed her Medical degree from University of Calcutta, India. She completed her Internal Medicine Internship andResidency from Mount Sinai School of Medicine in NY. She then completed her fellowship in Infectious Diseases from Rutgers University, New Jersey Medical School in Newark, NJ. She has also authored several publications in various scientific journals.

Dr. Kunwar has privileges at the Holy Name Medical Center and Englewood Hospital in NJ. She takes joy in taking care of her patients and her goal is to provide the best and personalized care to each and every patient she sees. She keeps herself up to date on all advancements in Medicine and applies them as needed. She is a strong patient advocate and always strives for the very best for her patients.

Take the First Step Towards a Healthier Future

If you’re seeking specialized care for an infectious disease, our Infectious Disease Program is here to help. Our compassionate team is dedicated to guiding you through diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, offering the support you need to regain your health and well-being.

To learn more about our program, schedule a tour of the facility, or speak with a member of our team, please feel free to contact us.

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