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HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Program Contact Information

(608) 263-0946

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Since 1985, the UW Health HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Program has been providing information, treatment and care to people living with HIV/AIDS, regardless of ability to pay.

 

UW Health HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Program is a collaboration of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, UW Hospitals and Clinics and the UW Medical Foundation. Read our program philosophy

 

Our primary care site is in the Infectious Disease Clinic at University Hospital in Madison. In addition, a collaboration between Community Health Systems of Wisconsin and UWHIV provides low-income individuals living in Rock County and surrounding areas access to HIV consultation, medical case management, and support services at the Beloit Area Community Health Center. Our physicians travel to the health center to provide clinical consultative care two days per month in collaboration with a health center nurse practitioner, medical assistant and a social worker/medical case manager.

 

In the summer of 2017, the UW Health HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Program began a collaboration with Gundersen Health System to implement Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program services at the Gundersen Infectious Disease Clinic in La Crosse. This collaboration will allow the existing Gundersen HIV program to expand the services it provides to people living with HIV. We also collaborate with Journey Mental Health Center in Madison to provide specialty psychiatric and behavioral health services for our patients.

 

Since 1998, the UW Health HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Program has been the Ryan White "covered entity" for a 29-county region in southern, central and Western Wisconsin.

 

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Community Advisory Council (CAC)

 

 

At the UW Health HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Program, we are always looking for ways to improve the care we provide. We partner with our patients in these discussions and welcome their voices as we look toward improving services and care. One of the main ways we do this is through our UW HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Program Community Advisory Council (CAC).

 

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