We offer one-on-one HIV Counseling at our Center for Comprehensive Care. Call 718-992-7669 (718-99-BRONX) for an appointment.
What is HIV?
HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is a virus that attacks cells that help the body fight infection.
There is no cure for HIV, but it is highly treatable with medication.
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Are you HIV positive?
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BronxCare Health System has been caring for HIV and AIDS patients since 1986.
The mission of the HIV/AIDS Program is to provide care and education for patients with HIV/AIDS and to help individuals at risk prevent HIV infection and transmission. The HIV/AIDS Program is located in the BronxCare Center for Comprehensive Care (CCC) where HIV patients—both adult and pediatric— receive primary, specialty, and supportive care and services. The Program offers testing, counseling, condom distribution, as well as other prevention activities.
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Did you know there are treatment options to prevent HIV?
Comprehensive High-Impact HIV Prevention Program
The goal of the program is to increase access to and expand HIV medical care and support services for heterosexual women aged 13 years and older who live in the South and Central Bronx Community.
Our Program includes STI Testing, preventative medicines, support and education programs, and other services.
Free HIV Testing
Testing is the only way to confirm if you have contracted HIV.
If left untreated, HIV infection can cause life-threatening health issues.
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