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    The Petersen Clinics at Banner’s University Medical Centers provides HIV specialty care using advanced medical technology and treatments.

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    The Petersen Clinics at Banner’s University Medical Centers provides HIV specialty care using advanced medical technology and treatments.

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    The Petersen Clinics at Banner’s University Medical Centers provides HIV specialty care using advanced medical technology and treatments.

The Petersen Clinics provide treatment and prevention services for over 1,000 patients at two clinical locations. We use a multi-disciplinary approach to ensure all patients have access to high-quality medical care, medications and support services.  In addition to care coordination, our staff is skilled in navigating medical systems, insurance programs and can provide financial assistance to assist with the cost of medical care for patients in need (eligibility requirements apply).  If you are interested in clinical services, or would like to learn more about the Petersen HIV Clinics, please call (520) 626-8598

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New patients

(520) 626-0962

Exisiting patients

(520) 694-8888

As a patient in the clinic, you receive confidential, quality care from a coordinated team of infectious disease specialists. Our team is on the leading edge of medical knowledge – many of our physicians have been recognized nationally for their research and clinical work.

The clinic offers the following services to the Southern Arizona community:

  • Advocacy-related activities
  • Counseling services for patients and their loved ones
  • Early intervention including targeted, routine diagnostic testing, counseling and education for those at risk of contracting HIV, including HIV-negative partners of HIV-infected patients
  • Education for family members and the people most important to our patients
  • Medical management and clinical care coordination of HIV/AIDS—including antiretroviral therapies, navigation of healthcare coverage, ongoing primary care and infectious disease specialty care
  • On-site mental health support
  • Resource referrals including mental health services, substance abuse services, dental and oral care, and other supportive services
  • Treatment adherence support provided by clinical pharmacists
 

We treat all patients with HIV/AIDS in need of medical care. Those in need of financial assistance have access to Ryan White Program services. 

The University of Arizona Petersen HIV Clinics are operated by the UA Division of Infectious Diseases, which are part of the UA Department of Medicine, the largest department at the UA College of Medicine – Tucson. It is funded by grants provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration, a unit of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, through the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program.

Top-Rated Care

Our HIV program was ranked No. 3 in the nation out of 142 academic hospitals for excellence in care.
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Petersen Clinics provides outpatient medical care, Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) and Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) for all HIV-infected adults.

For emergencies, call 911

Banner – University Medical Center infectious disease physicians in Tucson are on call 24 hours a day. If you have an urgent matter requiring after hours attention, please call (520) 694-8888 and ask to speak to the infectious disease doctor on call.

For information on services offered at other locations, please visit Banner Health's Infectious Disease webpage (Be sure to set your location in the top bar so the website localizes services available for you.).

If you’re already a Banner patient, you can also request an appointment from the MyBanner/MyChart Patient Portal and specify Petersen HIV Clinic as the specialty.

News

'Meet-Your-Pharmacist' at Petersen HIV Clinic Dinner

The Petersen Clinics Pharmacy Group—aka T-Rx Group (or Team Rx)—will host a dinner and gathering Thursday, April 17, 6:30 p.m. with our pharmacists sponsored by ViiV Healthcare at Feast Restaurant, 3719 E. Speedway Blvd., Tucson Tucson, AZ 85716.


UA Infectious Diseases Experts to Collaborate on National Effort to Develop HIV Cure

Researchers at the University of Arizona will receive about $650,000 as part of the “BELIEVE” team, led by George Washington University, which received a $28 million, five-year Martin Delaney Collaboratory grant from the National Institutes of Health to find a cure for HIV.


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