About J. Todd Bagwell
J. Todd Bagwell, MD, received his Doctor of Medicine from The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston where he received honors in physiology and neuroanatomy. He subsequently completed an internship at Brackenridge Hospital in Austin and his residency at the University of Florida where he was Chief Medical Resident. Dr. Bagwell has also participated in a hospital epidemiology training course and was a fellow in infectious diseases at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston.
Dr. Bagwell has been appointed to various leadership positions throughout his career and has published a number of articles and abstracts. He is married and has three children.
Dr. Bagwell's expertise can be consulted when:
- an infection is difficult to diagnose
- an infection is accompanied by a high fever
- a patient does not respond to treatment
- a healthy person plans to travel to a foreign country or a location where infection risk is higher
- treating illnesses becomes a part of a patient's overall care, for example, a patient with HIV/AIDS
In all of these cases, the specialized training and diagnostic tools of an Infectious Disease specialist can help determine the cause of a patient's infection and help identify the best approach for treatment.
The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston
Brackenridge Hospital, Austin, TX
University of Florida
Procedures & Conditions
- Infected Wounds
- Picc line placement care
- Removal of placement care
- Care of line
- Difficult healing cases
East Falls Infectious Disease
3200 Channing Way
Idaho Falls, ID 83404
Phone: (208) 535-4515