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Family-Focused HIV/AIDS Care

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Call the HIV/AIDS clinic at 210-358-3710.

Family-Focused HIV/AIDS Care

Family-Focused AIDS Clinical Treatment Services (FFACTS)

HIV/AIDS care at University Health’s FFACTS Clinic is funded in part by the Ryan White Treatment and Modernization Act. We strive to improve the health and well-being of people living with HIV/AIDS in San Antonio and throughout South Texas.

Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Services

In partnership with UT Health San Antonio, we provide high quality, comprehensive services, including:

  • Primary and specialty medical care by board-certified physicians
  • Professional case management services
  • Psychiatric services and mental health counseling
  • Referrals to specialty clinics (dental, medical, etc.) as needed
  • Registered dietitian services
  • Specialty pharmacy
  • Substance abuse counseling
  • Women’s health care

We also partner with outside agencies to assist you with needs such as transportation and housing.

Confidential, Supportive Care

At our clinic, we’re dedicated to treating you - not just your symptoms. We understand that an HIV/AIDS diagnosis requires support in many areas: medically, emotionally and financially. We respect your need for confidentiality and your need for overall support.

Specialty Pharmacy

You can reach the full-service, specialty pharmacy at 210-358-9660 or fax 210-358-9634. It’s located at the Robert B. Green Campus, 903 W. Martin Street in San Antonio.

Hours of Operation

8 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday through Thursday
9 a.m.–1 p.m., Friday
After-hours pharmacy available 24/7 at 210-358-2904

Questions for your doctor

Ask your doctor the following questions:

  1. Have I been screened for syphilis this year?
  2. Have I been screened for chlamydia and gonorrhea this year?
  3. Have I been screened for TB this year?
  4. Have I been screened for Hepatitis C?
  5. Have I had my pap smear this year? (females)
  6. Have I had a lipid panel done this year?
  7. Am I up to date on my pneumococcal, tetanus, Hepatitis A and B, HPV, meningococcal and flu vaccines?
  8. Do I need a dental referral this year?
  9. Have my medications been updated during this visit?
  10. Does my partner need to be tested?

  1. Elizabeth Walter, MD
    Infectious Diseases
  2. Sunil Ahuja, MD
    Infectious Diseases
  3. Waridibo Allison, MD
    Infectious Diseases
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