All HIV patients need to be referred by another physician's office or agency.
Please call (336) 832-7840 for more information.
The Regional Center for Infectious Disease receives funding from Parts B, C and D of the Ryan White Program. To find out more about what services are covered at our clinic or if you qualify, please contact our office at (336) 832-7840 and ask to
speak to our Financial Counselor. For more information on what to bring to a financial counseling appointment, go here.
WHAT TO EXPECT ON YOUR FIRST VISIT
You will see a variety of specialist who will collaborate to provide you with exceptional care and answer all your questions. Download our WHAT TO EXPECT at RCID to learn more what will occur when you come to your first appointment.
WHAT TO BRING TO YOUR FIRST VISIT
To expedite the approval process for HMAP (ADAP) and medication assistance programs, please bring with you to your first two appointments the following;
Proof of Residency
utility bill or lease agreement which shows applicants name and current address
Proof of Income
1 month of current pay stubs showing year to date income and deductions( all jobs)
income tax return for previous year
all W-2's from previous year (All Jobs)
Proof of Insurance
insurance cards, Medicare, Medicaid, SSI Letter, insurance cap letters
if none, show evidence of efforts to obtain insurance, (rejection letters, denied applications, etc)
The science is clear. People living with HIV can feel confident that if they have an undetectable viral load and take their medications as prescribed, they will not pass on HIV to sexual partners (Undetectable = Untransmittable U=U).
U=U offers freedom and hope. For many people living with HIV and their partners, U=U opens up social, sexual, and reproductive choices they never thought would be possible. It is an unprecedented opportunity to transform the lives of people with HIV and the field:
Please review our Patient Provider Agreement regarding access, no shows and late policy, request for medical records, form completion and code of conduct.
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