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UW Health HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Program Services and Goals

The UW Health HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Program at UW Hospital and Clinics in Madison, Wisconsin has been providing care for people with HIV/AIDS since 1985. Today it is the largest single-site provider of HIV clinical care in Wisconsin.
 
Clinic Services
  • Comprehensive management of HIV disease
  • Specialized nursing care
  • Psychiatry and health psychology
  • Individualized nutrition management
  • Access to clinical trials/experimental treatments
  • In-clinic pharmacist consultation
  • Treatment readiness/adherence counseling
  • Benefits consultation and management
  • Patient education and support programs
  • Referrals to specialty clinics

Goals

 

The UW Health HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Program seeks to:

  • Provide specialized, comprehensive health care to people living with HIV/AIDS, regardless of ability to pay.
  • Conduct and support research that advances the standards of care and treatment for people living with HIV/AIDS.
  • Support health care programs and providers in the delivery of high-quality HIV/AIDS care by providing expert consultation and education.