AHF HEALTHCARE CENTERS

AHF Healthcare Centers provide advanced medical care designed specifically for HIV-positive clients. Our healthcare providers are knowledgeable of up-to-the-minute developments in HIV medical care. In addition, AHF Healthcare Centers are often part of the research teams testing new medications to fight HIV.

As a part of the world-renowned AIDS Healthcare Foundation, AHF Healthcare Centers offer the most accurate testing procedures and the most advanced therapies available. We are committed to delivering personalized, leading-edge care to patients with HIV/AIDS or other immunological deficiencies. Click here to find an AHF Healthcare center near you.

COMPREHENSIVE PATIENT-CENTERED CARE

AHF Healthcare Centers are part of your complete HIV medical care. We provide clients with access to the additional specialists, medications and services they need to be as healthy as possible. We are grateful that our clients give AHF Healthcare Centers such excellent reviews. In our latest client satisfaction survey, 96 percent of our clients said they would recommend AHF Healthcare Centers to a friend. Don’t believe us? Let the numbers do the talking:

Every year, our clients tell us exactly how well we’re doing our job. A survey is mailed to over 6,000 AHF Healthcare Center clients. This year, we scored an Overall Average Rating of 97%.

 

DELIVERING COMPASSION AND CLIENT SATISFACTION

We are grateful that our clients give AHF Healthcare Centers such excellent reviews. In our latest client satisfaction survey, 96 percent of our clients said they would recommend AHF Healthcare Centers to a friend.

Every year, our clients tell us exactly how well we’re doing our job. A survey is mailed to over 6,000 AHF Healthcare Center clients. This year, we scored an Overall Average Rating of 97%.

 

Confidentiality

Confidentiality is as important for HIV patients as it is for all other patients. HIV status is a particularly sensitive piece of information and patients will have additional concerns about confidentiality. It is worth discussing this with the patient and the practice to agree a policy. There is a need to have readily available information (eg, CD4 counts, ART) whilst at the same time ensuring that such data are only accessed on a need-to-know basis. MedFASH and the General Medical Council (GMC) have both produced guidance on this issue.[1114]

HIPAA NOTICE OF PRIVACY PRACTICES

 Notice of Privacy Practices This Notice Describes How Medical Information About You May Be Used And Disclosed And How You Can Get Access To This Information. Please Review It Carefully.

 

FAMILY PLANNING

Without any sort of treatment or care, the chance of a woman with HIV passing it on to her baby is between 35 and 40%. With the right treatment and care, this risk can be much reduced.

For women who have been diagnosed and who receive the right advice, treatment and care, the risk is below 1%. For women who are on effective HIV treatment and who have an undetectable viral load when their baby is born, risk of transmission to their baby is 0.1%, or one in a thousand.

Find out more information about HIV Among Pregnant Women, Infants, and Children here

 

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