Mayo Clinic HIV Clinic
People who have been exposed to or diagnosed with HIV/AIDS are treated by a multidisciplinary team of experts. This team is supported by Mayo Clinic researchers committed to finding new treatment strategies.
The HIV Clinic, available at Mayo Clinic's campuses in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota, provides specialized treatment for people who have been exposed to or diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.
At this clinic, you receive high-quality, compassionate care from a multidisciplinary team of physicians, scientists and allied health professionals who are committed to helping you.
Your care team may include a doctor who specializes in infectious diseases who works with:
- An AIDS-certified nurse coordinator, who helps care for you and arranges referrals and appointments to other specialty areas
- A case manager, who helps you overcome barriers to appropriate medical and psychosocial services
- A medical social worker with extensive experience working with people who are infected with HIV
- A pharmacist, who talks with you about medications and treatment programs
- A dietitian, who talks with you about nutrition
Other Mayo Clinic specialists with interest and expertise in HIV are available for consultation. Mayo physicians are active in HIV research:
The HIV clinics also coordinate access to HIV clinical trials, the outpatient intravenous treatment center, the Barbara Woodward Lips Patient Education Center, and Mayo hospice.
Oct. 15, 2019