One in seven people with HIV are unaware of their infection. That’s why CDC recommends that everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 get tested at least once and that high-risk groups get tested more often.
In everyday life and in the doctor's office you will have someone with you every step of the way. If it turns out that you are HIV positive (from a doctor, health department or from us) a referral is made to one of our Case Managers who will conduct a thorough assessment to determine what services you may need and will work out an individualized care plan to aid in your compliance. With your consent, we can also meet with your partner and family members to help guide them through the ways they can help you.
You never have to feel alone when managing your HIV/AIDs treatment. Case managers help people living with HIV/AIDs identify goals, link you to resources, and overcome difficulties you may face such as:
With so much going on it can be easy to get lost or overwhelmed with your medical care needs. Medical Case Managers help you stay on track with your medical treatment by assisting you with:
Patient First Care. Whether you need testing, consultation, family planning, or primary care, we are here to help.