UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester is the largest medical provider for patients with HIV/AIDS in Central Massachusetts. Our skilled team - the majority of whom have more than a decade of experience in the field - offers consultation and/or primary care for people living with HIV or AIDS.
Services available, either directly or through referral, include:
- Care and treatment for HIV/hepatitis C co-infection
- Medication adherence
- Mental health
- Oral health
- Perinatal HIV care
- Primary care
- Substance abuse counseling
- Women's services
Our case management staff can assist patients with health insurance eligibility and enrollment, as well as make referrals to other supportive services such as AIDS service organizations, housing programs and immigration assistance.
Care for pregnant women with HIV is also available and our UMass Memorial program serves as the tertiary and high-risk perinatology center for Central Massachusetts. Because early detection and treatment of HIV can dramatically reduce the chance of an infant born infected with HIV, UMass Memorial recommends that all pregnant women be tested for the HIV as a routine part of prenatal care. For more information, call 508-334-6164.