We educate you, your family and the community about living with HIV. We work to dispel rumors and myths while taking excellent care of our patients. We provide antiretroviral therapy to control the virus and protect your immune system.
At UW Health, you get the HIV treatment you need and your ability to pay does not matter. We receive funding from the federal Ryan White HIV/AIDS program. This gives you access to more resources.
HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is a virus that weakens a person’s immune system by destroying important cells that fight infection. With excellent, regular care, HIV can be controlled. If you have received an HIV diagnosis, we can help you live a long, healthy life. If you don’t have an HIV diagnosis, we can help you reduce your risk of becoming HIV positive.
No matter what, at UW Health, you are never left to deal with HIV alone. Our HIV program gives you access to services to help you live your best life. When you access services with the HIV Care and Prevention Program, you become part of a community of caring experts.
UW Health is profoundly committed to being a diverse and inclusive environment for patients, visitors, staff and physicians. The Human Rights Campaign Foundation named us a Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality.