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The HIV Clinic at Virginia Mason in Seattle and Federal Way was created to provide patients access to the most up-to-date comprehensive medical care available, by a team of clinicians specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of HIV/AIDS.
With the sweeping changes in the treatments and medications available to people with HIV/AIDS, more patients live longer and preserve a higher quality of life than ever before. As the regimen for taking medications and other treatments becomes more complex, people with HIV/AIDS need to be more vigilant and involved in their medical care. Being treated by health care providers who are experienced in HIV/AIDS is critical to maintaining health and well being.
AIDS and HIV Clinic Services
The HIV Clinic at Virginia Mason — "A place of state-of-the-art care, compassion and medical advancement."
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Virginia Mason's HIV/AIDS Clinic consists of providers from General Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases and the Cancer Institute. We provide the most comprehensive medical care available, with appointments available throughout the week. Learn more about the HIV/AIDS Clinic and find appointment information >>
Parking is available directly across the street. Wheelchairs are available for use within the medical center at no cost and are located inside the main entrance to the Buck Pavilion and the Health Resources Building.
This skilled nursing facility and day health program for people living with AIDS is managed by Virginia Mason. For more information on the programs offered at Bailey-Boushay House.
Office of HIV and AIDS Malignancy (OHAM): AIDS Malignancy Consortium
Learn about the AIDS Malignancy Consortium (AMC), find AIDS research information and other health information about HIV and AIDS. Learn more.