Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice
In Person Visits - Starting July 13
The Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice will offer in-person visits on Monday, July 13, by scheduled appointments only. There will be no walk-in visits and we will continue to offer telemedicine. We can provide same day appointments via telemedicine, as a convenient way for you to see our providers virtually during this time. During the coronavirus pandemic, the Partnership has been preparing for your in-person care to make sure you will have a safe visit.
Your health care and safety are our priority. Visits to our office are by appointment only; there will be no walk-in visits during this time.
We have taken extra precautions to make sure you will be protected when you return to the office to see us for your visits.
- All Partnership providers and staff wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to ensure your safety.
- You will be guided through the space by staff and providers to ensure less close contact with others.
- For your protection and the protection of others, and to help slow the spread of the virus, please wear a mask.
- The Partnership is taking all steps to clean and sanitize surfaces and ensure a healthy environment for your visit.
If you have any questions regarding your care, please call 215.762.2530
Marla Gold, MD, and Elliot Goodenough, MD, PhD, reflect on HIV care when The Partnership was created in 1993 and how HIV medicine and treatment is now. Read more.
About the Coronavirus
If you are sick with fever, cough or runny nose please call before coming in to the Partnership. We want to help you and your community stay healthy. We will discuss with you if you need to be seen in our office, or can stay home and talk to a doctor by phone. You may also be able to have a video visit with your doctor.
If you are experiencing life threatening symptoms, call 9-1-1 or go to the emergency room.
For 80% of people a Coronavirus (COVID-19) infection is mild and similar to a cold. There are no medications available to treat mild disease. Learn more about Drexel's Response to Coronavirus.
People who are mildly ill with COVID-19 are able to isolate at home during their illness. You should restrict activities outside your home, except for getting medical care. Do not go to work, school, or public areas. Avoid using public transportation, ride-sharing, or taxis.
We are offering telemedicine visits. These will allow your doctor to evaluate and treat you without your having to come in. Please call and ask if your next visit can be done by video. Download telemedicine meeting instructions.
Caring for Philadelphia for 25 Years
Partnering to Enhance Quality of Life
The Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice (the Partnership), an HIV treatment office, enhances the quality of life for people with HIV/AIDS in Philadelphia. The Partnership provides comprehensive HIV care to all individuals regardless of their ability to pay. We are the largest HIV care center in the Philadelphia region, and we provide patients with convenient access to needed services, including our satellite practice at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children.
HIV specialists at the Partnership are skilled in managing HIV, as well as a patient's other conditions, such as diabetes and hepatitis C. The Partnership's staff is sensitive to treating patients with diverse sexual orientations and gender expressions. The bilingual staff is also sensitive to diversity of race, ethnicity and religion.
Services Offered by the Partnership
Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice News
Meet Rachel Fox, PA-C MHS AAHIVS
"I knew from a young age that I wanted to work in the medical field and after learning about the history of Physician Assistants, I immediately felt connected to the mission of the profession. The whole purpose of the PA is to provide medical care in underserved areas." Read more.
Meet Elliot Goodenough, MD, PhD
Elliot Goodenough, MD, PhD, is board certified in family medicine, and practices at Drexel's Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice. They have a clinical interest in the compassionate care of people living with HIV and/or hepatitis C, LGBQ and transgender people, and people with substance use disorder. Read more.
2020 National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care & Treatment
Amy Althoff, Rhonda Ferguson, Taneesa Franks, Justin Shilling, Akshata Yalvigi and Zsofi Szep authored the abstract, "Addressing No Shows 'With an Effort to Retain (ANSWER): A Pilot Study;' 15858," which was accepted as an oral session during the 2020 National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care & Treatment, August 11-14, 2020.
Congratulations 2020 Golden Apple Award Winners!
The annual Golden Apple Awards recognize outstanding service and teaching by Drexel University College of Medicine faculty and staff members. Each class of medical students nominates faculty and staff members for the honor and votes to determine the award winners. This year's winners include Sara Schultz, MD, (Case-Based Learning – Year 2) and Amy Baranoski, MD, (Foundations of Basic Science – Year 2).
Shara Epstein, MD, answers a question at the College of Nursing and Health Professions event as Deborah Clegg, PhD, pictured left, and Merritt Brockman, DHA, seated in the center, look on. Photo courtesy Craig Schlanser.
Drexel Panels Address COVID-19 Best Practices
On March 10, Drexel University hosted two separate panels on COVID-19 during which Drexel experts discussed how health care professionals and the general public can protect themselves, their families and their patients in the time of the new coronavirus. Read more.
The information on these pages is provided for general information only and should not be used for diagnosis or treatment, or as a substitute for consultation with a physician or health care professional. If you have specific questions or concerns about your health, you should consult your health care professional.
The images being used are for illustrative purposes only; any person depicted is a model.
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