COVID-19 Update: Please call (608) 263-0946 prior to any clinic or hospital visit, so we can direct you in the best and safest way. We want to address any health concerns you may have and at the same time protect your health.
Even though clinic visits are being scaled back, we are only a phone call or MyChart message away. Please do not hesitate to call us with any medical concerns or questions, and our staff will determine how we can help you. Our social work team is available to help you with concerns regarding food and housing.
WEBINAR: View a recording of our recent Webinar, "COVID-19 Information and Resources for PLWH"
For additional information, please visit: uwhealth.org/COVID19 | CDC information "COVID-19: What People with HIV Should Know"
Since 1985, the UW Health HIV Care & Prevention Program in Madison, Wisconsin, has been providing information, treatment and care to people living with HIV/AIDS, from birth to age 99+, regardless of ability to pay or insurance status. We want you to know that you can live a long, healthy life with HIV and that you are not alone.
Patients of our clinic receive the most comprehensive care possible from a team of providers that includes their primary HIV clinician, as well as a specialty-trained nurse, pharmacist and medical case manager.
Our goal is to offer all of our patients expert, compassionate care in a confidential and welcoming environment.
The UW Health HIV Care & Prevention Program is committed to preventing HIV infection. Therefore, we offer Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) and Post-exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) services to help individuals prevent HIV infection.
Meet Bennett Vogelman, MD
Dr. Vogelman considers the relationships he develops with patients a privilege. Learn more about Dr. Vogelman
Ryan White Funding and Eligibility
Many of our patients are eligible for the federal Ryan White Program, which provides assistance to ensure access to HIV care and support services for both insured and uninsured individuals. Learn more about the Ryan White Program and whether you might be eligible for coverage.