Resources for Clinicians and Patients
The HIV Screening. Standard Care. program provides resources about HIV screening for clinicians and patients.
The American Journal of Medicine HIV Resource Center
Guidelines and Recommendations
Sexual History Tool
Clinician Consultation Center
Other CDC Act Against AIDS Provider Campaigns
HIV Risk Reduction Tool
Living with HIV/AIDS
Once a patient is diagnosed with HIV, it’s important to link him/her to care immediately. The American Academy of HIV Medicine, HIV Medicine Association and HealthFinder.gov have resources to help locate physicians providing HIV care locally. To locate a physician that provides HIV care locally, visit:
AAHIVM—Find a Provider
HIVMA—HIV Provider Directory.
HealthFinder.gov—Finding a local health department can help patients find clinicians in their area and learn more about notifying their partners about their HIV status and other related services.
Many patients may not be able to afford HIV care. In these situations, CDC recommends visiting the following sites to find local, free options for patients:
Statistics on HIV/AIDS in America
Visit the CDC’s HIV in the U.S. At A Glance to learn more about HIV/AIDS prevalence in the U.S.
Act Against AIDS
- Page last reviewed: August 2, 2017
- Page last updated: August 2, 2017
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