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Ted Louie, M.D.

Contact Information

Phone Numbers

Appointment: (585) 275-0526

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Faculty Appointments

Patient Care Settings

Hospital Medicine, Infectious Diseases, Surgery

Biography

Dr. Louie practiced general infectious diseases and internal medicine in central New Jersey for over 22 years. He brings this breadth and depth of experience, along with the personal touch of a private practitioner, to his new faculty position at University of Rochester.

Dr. Louie has over 50 publications in peer reviewed journals, including case reports, articles on antibiotics, and humanist essays about patients. His fields of interest include general infectious diseases, antibiotic stewardship, and orthopedic infections.

Professional Background

Dr. Louie graduated from Stony Brook Medical School in 1990, and did his internship and residency at University Hospital at Stony Brook. He completed his Infectious Disease fellowship at University of Maryland in 1996.

Between 1996 and early 2019, he practiced with Highland Park Medical Associates, a small private group located in central New Jersey. During that time, he had admitting privileges at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and St. Peter's University Hospital. He has been active in teaching, having presented grand rounds at four area hospitals. He founded and supervised the antibiotic stewardship program at St. Peter's, and has served on the infection prevention committee for many years. He is on the editorial staff at Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice, and has over 50 publications in peer-reviewed journals. He has also written humanist essays which have appeared in New England Journal of Medicine, JAMA, and Annals of Internal Medicine. He is a fellow of the American College of Physicians.

Research

Dr. Louie has practiced general infectious diseases for over 20 years in the New Jersey area. He founded the antimicrobial stewardship program at St. Peter's University Hospital in 2012, and supervised it until early 2019. He is on the editorial board of Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice.

His interests include general infectious diseases, antimicrobial stewardship, wound care, and orthopedic infections. He is on the IDSA medical education subcommittee.

He has published case reports, scientific reports, and humanist articles in New England Journal of Medicine, Annals of Internal Medicine, JAMA, Clinical Infectious Diseases, and Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice.

He will be giving an interactive session at ID Week 2022 on wound care.

Credentials

Specialties

  • Internal Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine

Education

1990
MD | State University of NY at Stony Brook School of Medicine

Post-doctoral Training & Residency

07/01/1994 - 06/30/1996
Fellowship in Infectious Disease at University of Maryland Medical Center

07/01/1991 - 06/30/1993
Residency in Internal Medicine at State University of New York at Stony Brook

07/01/1990 - 06/30/1991
Internship in Internal Medicine at State University of New York at Stony Brook

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Awards

2016 - 2019
Physicians Recognition Award
Sponsor: American Medical Association
Location: Chicago, Illinois

2011
America's Top Physicians
Sponsor: America's Top Physicians

2009 - 2018
New Jersey Top Doctor
Sponsor: New Jersey Monthly
Location: New Jersey

2007 - 2016
Physician Recognition Award with Commendation
Sponsor: American Medical Association
Location: Chicago, Illinois

2007
Innovative Practice Award
Sponsor: DOQ-IT
Location: East Brunswick, NJ

2005 - 2016
America's Best Doctors
Sponsor: America's Best Doctors

2004
Fellow
Sponsor: American College of Physicians

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Publications

Journal Articles

2009
Louie T. "The Debt". Annals of Internal Medicine. 2009; 150(1): 55-6.

2005
Louie T. "Occupational Hazards". New England Journal of Medicine. 2005; 353: 757-9.

2005
Louie T. "The Pastor and the Party of the Century". Journal of the American Medical Association. 2005; 293(15): 1835-6.

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