The Texas Center for Infectious Disease was the first free-standing infectious disease hospital constructed in the United States in more than 50 years. The 60,000 SF hospital replaced the aging facilities on the Texas Department of State Health Services Campus and provides specialized care for patients battling airborne infectious diseases such as Tuberculosis (TB). This one-of-a-kind facility has 74 patient rooms, all designed as airborne infection isolation rooms able to be changed from “Isolation” to “Neutral” without having to move patients based on their infectious status.

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