Drexel Medicine's Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice
Marking our 20th anniversary of HIV care and advocacy in Philadelphia.
Partnering to Enhance Quality of Life
The Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice (the Partnership), Drexel Medicine's HIV treatment office, enhances the quality of life for people with HIV/AIDS in Philadelphia. The Partnership provides comprehensive HIV care to all individuals regardless of their ability to pay. We are the largest HIV care center in the Philadelphia region and we provide patients with convenient access to needed services. Our satellite practices include St. Christopher's Hospital for Children and Kensington Hospital.
View photos of the Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice office.
HIV specialists at the Partnership are skilled in managing HIV, as well as a patient's other conditions, such as diabetes and hepatitis C.
Care for HIV-Infected Mothers-to-Be
Experts in the Partnership's prenatal clinic work with HIV-infected women to prevent mother-to-child transmission. We are proud and pleased to report that to date, our mother-to-child transmission rate is less than 1%.
Benefits of Receiving Care Through the Partnership
Patients at the Partnership have access to the latest clinical trials and research opportunities that are currently evaluating experimental drugs and treatment options for all stages of HIV disease. The Partnership's bilingual staff is sensitive to treating patients with diverse sexual orientations and gender expressions. The staff is also sensitive to diversity of race, ethnicity, and religion.
All care is coordinated by a designated health care provider and follows guidelines published by the U.S. Public Health Service, the Infectious Disease Society of America, and the International AIDS Society.
Services offered by the Partnership include:
Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice In The News
"Drexel Medicine's Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice Celebrating 20 Years of HIV Treatment and Research" (December 5, 2013)
The information on these pages is provided for general information only and should not be used for diagnosis or treatment, or as a substitute for consultation with a physician or health care professional. If you have specific questions or concerns about your health, you should consult your health care professional.