John Fangman, MD

Associate Professor


  • AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin
  • 820 N. Plankinton Avenue
  • Milwaukee, WI 53203


  • Infectious Disease

Infectious Disease Clinic

AIDS Resource Center

My principal clinical interest is in the care of high-risk populations living with HIV infection but I enjoy providing care to a wide variety of patients with infectious diseases. My goal is to partner with patients and their families to provide a comprehensive evaluation and to create a collaborative treatment plan that addresses their concerns and gives them the best chance of returning to full health. It is my belief that the optimal care of all patients requires clinicians to understand the beliefs systems, social supports and behavioral choices of the individuals we serve.


Diseases and Conditions

  • Infectious Disease
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • Tuberculosis
  • Lyme Disease
  • Endemic Fungal Infections

Treatments and Services

  • HIV Care

Patients Ages Seen

  • Adult
  • Adolescent


  • English

Hospital Affiliations

  • Froedtert Hospital – Milwaukee

Board Certifications

  • Infectious Disease

Clinic Locations

AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin

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John Fangman MD is an Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Disease, at the Medical College of Wisconsin.  He also serves as the Senior Medical Director of Ambulatory for the Medical College Physicians.  Dr. Fangman received his medical degree from the University of Minnesota, and completed his Internal Medicine and Pediatrics residency at Harvard Medical School.   Dr. Fangman completed a fellowship in Infectious Disease at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston before joining the faculty at Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin.

Education and Training

Doctor of Medicine - University of Minnesota - Minneapolis, MN (1994)
Internship & Residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics - Harvard Medical School - Boston, MA (1994-1998)
Fellowship in Infectious Disease - Massachusetts General Hospital - Boston, MA (2003-2005)