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Division of Infectious Diseases & HIV Medicine Patient Care

Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice - HIV Medicine

The Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice (the Partnership), is the largest adult HIV care center in the region, serving more than 1,700 men and women. Founded in 1993, the Partnership's mission is "to enhance the quality of life for persons with HIV/AIDS by providing comprehensive, integrated HIV care to all individuals regardless of their ability to pay." The Partnership provides one-stop comprehensive health care for its patients, including primary and specialty HIV medical care, gynecological care, prenatal care, nutrition assessment, case management, pharmacy services, phlebotomy and laboratory services, psychiatric and behavioral health services, substance abuse treatment, HIV support groups, health educational programs, and rapid HIV testing.

The Partnership also has two satellite practices: one at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children and one at Kensington Hospital. Our HIV specialists are skilled at managing HIV throughout the life cycle, as well as patients' co-morbidities, such as diabetes and hepatitis C. Experts in the Partnership's prenatal clinic work with HIV-infected women to prevent mother-to-child transmission, with a 0 percent transmission rate to date. The division's rapid HIV testing programs have screened more than 3,000 patients for HIV.

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Hepatitis C Treatment: C for Cure

In addition to HIV care, the Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice (the Partnership), provides testing and treatment for patients at risk for hepatitis C. Services include a 12-week course of treatment with minimal side effects, a patient navigator, an eligibility specialist to assist with insurance coverage, and Spanish translation services.

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Examining slides under the microscope in the infectious diseases laboratory at Drexel University College of Medicine.