• James Sunstrum, MD

James Sunstrum, MD

Infectious Disease

Internal Medicine

734-727-1130

313.565.7464

  • 1934 Monroe Street
    Dearborn, MI 48124
     Driving Directions313.565.7464313.565.7464
    313.565.3620 - fax

    Suite 300

    2001 Merriman Road
    Westland, MI 48186
     Driving Directions734.727.1130734.727.1130
    734.727.1131 - fax

    Board Certification

    American Board of Internal Medicine
    American Board of Internal Medicine (Infectious Diseases)

    Medical Education

    University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine

    Year Graduated

    1977

    Internship

    Hurley Medical Center - Rotating

    Residency

    Hurley Medical Center - Internal Medicine

    Wayne State University/DMC - Internal Medicine

    Fellowship

    Wayne State University/DMC - Infectious Disease

    Clinical Interests

    HIV Tuberculosis Hepatitis

    Hospital Affiliations

    Oakwood Hospital - Dearborn
    Oakwood Hospital - Taylor
    Oakwood Hospital - Wayne

    Gender

    Male

    After Hours Instructions

    call Answering Service (313) 396-0582

    Office Policies

    Copays are expected at time of service. VISA/MasterCard accepted.

    What To Expect

    Bring all relevant lab tests and Xray reports from your doctor
    BCBS Blue Choice POS
    BCBS Blue Preferred Plus
    BCBS Community Blue PPO
    BCBS PPO/Trust
    BCBS Traditional
    Cash Payment
    CIGNA Choice Fund
    CIGNA HAP PREFERRED
    CIGNA HMO and Network
    CIGNA Indemnity
    CIGNA Open Access and Plus
    CIGNA POS
    CIGNA PPO
    Cofinity (PPOM)
    Coventry - First Health
    Coventry Care of MI
    HAP Alliance EPA, POS and PPO
    HAP Alliance Medicare PPO
    HAP HMO and POS
    HAP PPO
    HAP Preferred EPA, POS and PPO
    HAP Senior Plus (HMO)
    Medicaid (Straight)
    Medicaid Health Plan of MI
    Medicaid Midwest
    Medicaid Molina
    Medicaid UHC Community Plan
    Medicare
    Multi Plan / PHCS
    OHSCare (Oakwood Employee)
    Preferred Choices PPO
    Priority Health
    Tricare (Champus)
    United Health Care

    Truvada HIV Prevention Drug

    According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, more than 1.7 million Americans have been infected with HIV since the AIDS epidemic began in 1981, and approximately 50,000 people are infected each year. In July 2012, the FDA approved use of Truvada, the first drug approved for preventing HIV transmission, marking a major milestone in the fight against AIDS. Dr. James Sunstrum is on the line to talk about Truvada and HIV prevention. He is an Oakwood-affiliated infectious disease specialist with offices in Dearborn and Westland.

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