Ryan White HIV Program
UVA's Ryan White HIV Program provides early intervention and state-of-the-art treatment for HIV and AIDS patients.
Early intervention and state-of-the-art treatment are key for HIV patients.
Living with HIV means taking care of yourself by watching your diet, exercising, following your doctor’s advice and paying attention to infection control.
Our doctors and nurses are experienced in providing expert care to patients with HIV and AIDS. We make sure our patients and their families are part of the healthcare team and are involved in decisions about their own healthcare.
Services We Offer Include:
- HIV testing and counseling
- HIV management, including treatment with medications and assessment, measurement and interpretation of CD4 and viral load tests
- Care for women’s health care needs, including prenatal and postpartum care and gynecological care
- Social workers who help patients cope with everyday problems, including help with transportation, housing, food and other community resources
- Educational sessions and substance abuse counseling
- Mental health care
We’ll work with your primary care provider to ensure you’re getting the best care possible.
About the Ryan White Program at UVA
The Ryan White Program is a federally funded program that helps coordinate and provide medical care for people with HIV/AIDS.
Our clinic is the recipient of a Ryan White Title grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration HIV/AIDS Bureau. The grant allows us to better care for patients throughout Virginia, the U.S. and even internationally.
We provide care for patients requiring financial assistance. Financial screening is required.