Health Reform and HIV: What you need to know!

The new health reform law offers people with HIV unprecedented opportunities to improve their health.  Here are just some of the reasons:

1. Comprehensive, free health coverage for all very-low income people

2.Get affordable, private health insurance

3. Private health insurance companies will have to play by the new rules

4. Better Medicare

5. Get coverage now!

To learn more about the Affordable Care Act and HIV care, click here!


Tucson's Leader in HIV Medicine

The University of Arizona has provided care to people living

with HIV / AIDS since 1981


Our Services

We provide comprehensive care for HIV/AIDS patients in southern Arizona.  With the support of the Ryan White Program, all eligible HIV-positive patients can receive primary care at reduced or no cost.  (MORE INFORMATION).

Best Hospitals -- Tucson, AZ -- Recognized in 11 SpecialtiesUniversity Campus HospitalBest Hospitals - U.S. NewsUHC Quality Leadership Award 2012 Winner


Our Objectives 

  1. High-Quality Patient Care: Outpatient and in-hospital care at an affordable price for all HIV-infected adults, and counseling services to families and spouses of patients.  More information: Clinic Location.

  2. Medical Training: Training and education for medical students, interns, residents, and fellows in the Department of Medicine and the Department of Family and Community Medicine.  More information: Infectious Diseases Fellowship Training Program.

  3. Outreach Education:  Education and outreach to health care professionals, community health workers, and the general public on HIV related issues.  More information on outreach education at Arizona AETC.

  4. Clinical and Basic Science Research:   The program conducts research into patient care and conducts ongoing AIDS-related clinical and basic science research projects.  More information: Research Activities.