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2241 Peggy Lane, Suite E
Garland, TX  75042
office (972) 494-1155
fax (972) 494-6572

Doctors' Bios

Dr. Claire Brenner   Curriculum Vitae
Board certified in infectious disease and internal medicine, Dr. Brenner heads a rapidly growing practice she founded in 2004.  She currently serves as the medical director of infection control at Baylor Garland Hospital, Presbyterian Hospital of Rockwall, and Global Rehab Hospital.

She and her associates, Dr. Debbie Bridges and Dr. Vimon Seriburi, treat a broad range of conditions including HIV, skin and soft tissue infections, wound care and hyperbaric medicine as well as travel medicine.  Her state of the art office in Garland includes a full service infusion suite offering a convenient and medically controlled environment for the infusion of IV antibiotics.  Her practice also provides consults at Doctors Hospital, Lake Pointe Hospital and Presbyterian Hospital at Rockwall.

 

 

 

Education: B.S., University of Texas at San Antonio; M.D., University of Texas Southwestern Medical School; Post-Graduate Training: Barnes Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine, Infectious Disease.

 

 


 

 

Dr. Debbie Bridges  Curriculum Vitae
Dr. Bridges' clinical experience and interest includes HIV, hepatitis, skin and soft tissue infections, fungal and other atypical infections, and travel related illness. Her practice offers diagnosis and management of complicated infections as well as infusion services and wound care. She is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases. Prior to attending medical school, Dr. Bridges worked as a chemist doing research and development for the pharmaceutical industry. She is a member of Infectious Diseases Society of America and The American Medical Society.
 


Education: Dr. Bridges earned her MD degree from Indiana University, graduating in 2001. She then completed Internal Medicine residency at Baylor University Medical Center and Infectious Diseases fellowship at University of Texas Southwestern. She served as Chief Fellow during her final year of Infectious Diseases fellowship.