We provide outpatient services such as HIV counseling, testing and referral services; appropriate medical evaluation and clinical care; and other primary care services, including oral health care, adherence counseling, nutritional counseling, outpatient mental health, outpatient substance abuse; and appropriate referral for specialty and subspecialty care. Our staff can also help you access Georgia's AIDS Drug Assistance Program and drug manufacturers' programs for the indigent.

Georgia Health Sciences Medical Center is the state's only public academic health center and has a long history of providing HIV/AIDS care for the state's underrepresented populations. Our staff includes six Infectious Diseases/Internal Medicine doctors, two fellows, one physician assistant, a nurse practitioner, three registered nurses, an adherence educator, a patient assistance analyst, program coordinator, and other health care professionals.