About Dr. Miller
Sarah Miller, MD, is a board-certified infectious disease specialist. She opened Neudorf Infectious Diseases Clinic in Conroe and Montgomery, Texas, to serve men, women, and adolescents in the community and surrounding areas who live with acute and chronic infectious diseases.
At her state-of-the-art clinic, Dr. Miller specializes in diagnosing and treating an array of conditions, such as bacteremia, endocarditis, skin infections, hepatitis C, HIV/AIDS, C. difficile colitis, tuberculosis, STDs, fungal infections, and bone and joint infections. She’s also highly skilled in the drainage of cutaneous (skin) abscesses, as well as wound care and debridement.
Dr. Miller earned her medical degree from the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences in Grand Forks, North Dakota, and completed her residency in internal medicine at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland. She followed with a fellowship at Johns Hopkins University in the Infectious Diseases division.
Outside of the office, Dr. Miller loves the outdoors, kayaking, and cooking.
Why See An Infectious Disease Specialist?
An Infectious Disease specialist has specialized training in the diagnosis and treatment of all types of infections. You may need to see an Infectious Disease specialist if you have a severe or difficult to treat infection, require prolonged antibiotic therapy, or if you have a suspected infection that has not been diagnosed. Infectious Diseases specialists can also manage intravenous (IV) antibiotic administration in the outpatient setting to avoid hospital admission. In addition, Infectious Diseases specialists offer counseling, vaccinations, and medications for the prevention of infections.
Outstanding, personable, takes the time to listen and provides questions and answers to get to the root of the problem.
I don’t see how she could have been any nicer, more thorough or more professional. I would recommend her highly.
Absolutely worked for me to save my life from one of the most extreme infection cases in medical history. Thank you Dr. Miller!