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The WVU Positive Health Clinic staff work to provide a comprehensive, "one stop shopping" approach to the treatment of HIV/AIDS.  We understand that HIV/AIDS affects more than just the physical aspects of the patient.  The diagnosis of HIV/AIDS can affect a patient's finances, housing, family, social relationships and access to health care.  We work to continuously improve our services to meet the patient's vast range of needs. We provide:

  • Ryan White eligibility determination
  • Rapid HIV (Oraquick) Counseling and Testing of partners and contacts through collaboration with the Bureau for Public Health State Rapid Testing Initiative.
  • State-of-the-art, comprehensive HIV treatment by Infectious Diseases specialists
  • Medical Case management
  • Outpatient Mental Health Services provided by 2 Psychiatrists and referral to a Mental Health Therapist
  • Referral for Oral Health Care
  • Client Education including:  HIV education, cardiovascular/Diabetes risk reduction counseling, and Smoking Cessation counseling by a Registered Nurse
  • Family Nurse Practitioner for Women's Health Care
  • Medication Adherence/Side Effect Management Counseling by an AAHIVE certified Pharmacist
  • Substance Abuse Services by referral
  • Financial Counseling related to health care provided at WVU Health Care
  • Appropriate, on-site referrals for specialty and sub-specialty care
  • HIV/Pregnancy Care through collaboration with the on-site, High Risk OB clinic
  • Assistance transitioning from Pediatric to Adult HIV care
  • Onsite Laboratory and Radiology services
  • Onsite Pharmacy