HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Program Philosophy
The UW Health HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Program at University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics in Madison, Wisconsin utilizes an interdisciplinary approach, beginning with prevention and early intervention and continuing through the course of illness. Our goal is to offer high-quality, state-of-the-art care, including patient education and counseling and access to clinical drug studies.
To improve the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS by delivering the most compassionate and comprehensive services possible to as many as possible.
To be Wisconsin’s leading provider of comprehensive, state-of-the-art HIV/AIDS patient care, research and education.
Working Closely with You
The HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Program doctors are committed to working closely with you and your family. They are specialists who serve as primary care physicians for their patients as well as consultants to practitioners throughout the midwest. In order for you to obtain your care as close to home as possible, we will help arrange for your primary physician to obtain follow-up laboratory tests and administer HIV related therapies.
We observe strict patient confidentiality regarding the diagnosis, care and treatment of HIV/AIDS disease. This includes the way in which we communicate with patients via phone and mail. Information about HIV status is only shared with other providers when medically necessary.