When faced with an infection that can be difficult to diagnose or treat, it is important to consult an expert physician. The Infectious Diseases Department at Catskill Regional Medical Group has specialists who are trained to investigate and diagnose all manner of infections and fevers of unknown origin.
They have the knowledge base to treat:
- Multi-drug resistant infections
- Surgical infections, such as prosthetic joint infections, and spinal infections.
- Hepatitis C
- Hepatitis B
- Tick borne illness, such as Lyme disease, travel medicine
- Complicated fungal infections and much more.
These specialists can help investigate and contain outbreaks of contagious pathogens in institutions and the community. Combing an in depth knowledge of the microbiology of human pathogens with rigorous training in internal medicine and infectious disease, these specialists are the go-to physicians for complicated infections.
Meet Our Board-certified Infectious Disease Physician
Marina Keller, M.D.
Dr. Keller earned her undergraduate degree in Biophysics from Cornell University. She completed her medical degree in 2003 and went on to a residency in internal medicine, a fellowship in infectious disease and a second fellowship in Medical Microbiology at McGill University.
Dr. Keller is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, the American Board of Infectious Diseases and the American Board of Medical Microbiology. She is the co-author of presentations and publications focusing on infectious diseases and microbiology. She has a special interest in medical diagnostics, antimicrobial stewardship and tick borne illness.
Dr. Keller grew up in the Hudson River Valley and enjoys birdwatching and the out-of-doors. She has two children, three chickens and an organic vegetable garden.