PACT — part of the UPMC Center for Care of Infectious Diseases — and a Ryan White Center for Excellence —is comprised of a dedicated team of doctors, nurses, and other health care professionals with expertise in HIV. The center provides complete care to more than 1,700 persons 18+ years of age living with HIV.
To learn more about PACT's HIV/AIDS services or to make an appointment, call 412-647-7228 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.
PACT provides comprehensive HIV primary and specialty care, HIV treatment and social support services for persons with HIV, including:
PACT providers can rapidly see patients newly diagnosed with HIV as well as patients previously lost to care that need to reconnect to treatment.
Pregnant women with HIV should contact us to get an immediate appointment. Call 412-647-1307 during regular business hours (8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday). After business hours, patients should contact the physician on call 412-647-7228.
HIV-related telemedicine services can be accessed through video visits arranged on a free UPMC patient portal or by making an appointment at one of three outpatient telemedicine clinics. At these clinics, people with HIV are seen by a physician located in Pittsburgh through an audio-video interface and with the help of a trained nurse tele-presenter.
Outpatient telemedicine centers offering HIV telemedicine services:
Altoona Intervention Project
501 Howard Ave., Suite A204
Altoona, PA 16601
Along with treatment and support, PACT 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. For more details or to make an appointment with PTEU, call 412-647-8125 or 1-888-396-7838.
PACT's care team of HIV experts includes:
We provide ongoing primary medical care and education for persons with HIV.
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