OHSU offers evidence-based HIV treatment and prevention services for adults living with HIV and those at risk for the infection.Quoted From: https://www.ohsu.edu/school-of-medicine/general-internal-medicine/hiv-care
"OHSU offers evidence-based HIV treatment and prevention services for adults living with HIV and those at risk for the infection. The clinic utilizes a multidisciplinary approach to patient care with team members from pharmacy, nursing, medicine, social work, and psychiatry. The clinicians and staff are dedicated to providing high quality care that is free from stigma and supports the diverse communities impacted by HIV. Onsite case management is through the Partnership Project, (503-230-1202). Our care team is located in the OHSU Internal Medicine and Geriatrics Clinic in the Physicians Pavilion at the Marquam Hill Campus in Portland.
Comprehensive HIV primary care
Urgent care services for established patients
Management of advanced HIV/AIDS
Care for long-term HIV survivors
HIV & transgender care
HIV services for immigrants and refugees
Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP)
Treatment of chronic hepatitis C co-infection
Consultation services for clinicians at OHSU and throughout the region
Mental health services through in-house psychiatry and referral to community partner agencies"
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