The Infectious Disease Department provides patient-centered visits for those who are at risk for or diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. This multi-disciplinary team of physicians, pharmacists, nurses, social workers, case managers, and medical assistants work to provide specialized care to those with HIV/AIDS. The clinic provides comprehensive care for persons living with HIV/AIDS, confidential screening for sexually transmitted infection, and HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP).
We are closely connected to specialty care to better support the specific needs of patients living with HIV. These include: anal dysplasia clinic, obstetrics, and gynecology for family planning and mental health services.
Should I get tested for HIV?
Everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 get tested for HIV at least once, according to CDC recommendations. If you are pregnant or planning to get pregnant, get tested as early as possible.
Should I consider PrEP?
Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is a medication (Truvada or Descovy) that when taken daily can significantly reduce your chances of getting HIV.
PrEP may benefit if you:
- Have an HIV+ partner
- Gay/ bisexual male
- Inject drugs
- Have multiple sexual partners
What We Treat
- Comprehensive care for persons living with HIV/ AIDS
- PrEP for persons at risk for HIV
Who Can Be Seen at Our Clinic?
We have a social worker to assist with Medicaid applications. We help patients get their medications free of charge regardless of insurance coverage. We have Ryan White funding to provide excellent medical care to those without any insurance coverage.