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St. Luke's Infectious Disease Associates

Infectious disease specialists caring for you

What we offer
Infections, such as Lyme disease or influenza, caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites are diagnosed and treated by our team of highly specialized physicians. They determine which diagnostic tests and treatments are most appropriate for each patient. Treatments often consist of antibiotic medications given orally or intravenously to help battle the infection. Patients are seen both in clinic and hospital settings. Based in Duluth, our specialists treat individuals in our community as well as these locations around the region.

If you are planning on traveling outside of the United States or Canada, make sure to consult St. Luke's International Travel Health Center. We offer pre-travel counseling, immunization and health advice for adults and children.

Monkey Pox Vaccine
A limited number of Monkey Pox vaccines are available for those who are at risk or have been exposed. To learn more and to schedule a vaccine, call 218.249.7990.

COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments
If you are interested in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine at this location, please call 218.249.4200 and let the receptionist know when they answer the phone.

This clinic requires a referral. If you need one, talk to your primary care provider. To establish care with a St. Luke’s primary care provider, call 218.249.4000 or find a clinic near you.

On-Campus Directions & Parking

Follow St. Luke’s color-coded signs and maps to St. Luke’s 9th Avenue Suites (blue). Parking is available from E. First Street near the corner of 9th Ave E. in the lot at 820 E. First Street. 

Click here to view the St. Luke’s Campus Map.

Clinic Leadership

Karen Cheslak, Clinic Manager
Paul Raj, Clinic Operations Director