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Pittsburgh AIDS Center for Treatment

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The Pittsburgh AIDS Center for Treatment (PACT) — part of the UPMC Center for Care of Infectious Diseases — provides complete care to more than 1,700 adults living with HIV.

The center's HIV treatment and social support services include:

  • Gynecologic care.
  • HIV primary care.
  • Medical case management.
  • Nutrition consults.
  • Clinical trials for HIV infection.
  • Pharmacy services.
  • Anal health care.
  • Hepatitis C care.
  • HIV specialty care.
  • Mental health care.
  • Pain management.
  • Support groups.
  • Free and confidential partner testing.
  • Treatment for alcohol/opioid abuse.

A Team of Skilled HIV Experts

PACT's care team of HIV experts includes:

  • Doctors
  • Nurses
  • Other health care and social support staff

We provide ongoing primary medical care and education for persons living with HIV.

HIV Clinical Trial and Research Options

Along with treatment and support, the center conducts clinical trials of antiretrovirals for therapy and prevention of HIV-1 infection.

The University of Pittsburgh Clinical Trial Evaluation Unit (PTEU) also offers trials for treatment of HIV infection and related illnesses. Call the PTEU for details or appointments at 412-647-8125 or 1-888-396-7838.

Make an Appointment for HIV Care

To learn more about PACT's HIV/AIDS services — or to make an appointment — call 412-647-PACT (7228) or 1-877-788-7228.

We also offer HIV/AIDS care at the Latterman Family Health Center at UPMC McKeesport. Call 412-673-5504 or download a PDF on HIV/AIDS care at Latterman Family Health Center.

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