Dr. Sarah Miller, board certified infectious diseases specialist, received her medical degree from the University of North Dakota School of Medicine. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, and fellowship at Johns Hopkins University in the Division of Infectious Diseases.
In 2012, Dr. Miller opened Neudorf Infectious Diseases Clinic (NIDC) in Conroe, Texas to provide care to the community and surrounding area. She holds clinical privileges at Conroe Regional Medical Center and Cornerstone Hospital of Conroe, and also provides care to patients at local rehabilitation facilities.
Dr. Miller specializes in the diagnosis and management of infectious diseases, including recurrent urinary tract infections (UTI), pneumonia, bone and joint infections, skin and soft tissue infections, endocarditis, bacteremia, fever of unknown origin, C. difficile colitis, tuberculosis, atypical mycobacterial infections, fungal infections, and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Dr. Miller is experienced with wound care and debridement, as well as incision and drainage of cutaneous abscesses. She also provides longitudinal care for patients with HIV/AIDS and chronic viral hepatitis.
Dr. Sarah Miller is an internal medicine physician with fellowship training in the specialty of infectious diseases. She has the expertise to diagnose and manage adolescents and adults suffering from acute and chronic infectious diseases. Through extensive training and clinical practice, Dr. Miller has gained knowledge and experience in all types of infectious diseases.
Dr. Miller grew up in North Dakota. She is married to an Internal Medicine Physician, Dr. Adeel Afzal. They have made their home in rural Montgomery county with their two young children. In her spare time, Dr. Miller loves to play outside with her daughters, cook, and kayak on the local lakes.