We couldn’t agree more! As a non-profit organization with 30 years of experience supporting people living with HIV (PLHIV), Metro Inclusive Health has followed advancements in HIV treatment and prevention in real time.
Today, there’s no reason to compromise when it comes to finding high-quality HIV primary care. We’re here to help you learn what “quality” means… And then find it!
HIV health care providers are healthcare professionals with training and clinical experience with HIV treatment. Qualified providers may include doctors of medicine (MD), doctors of osteopathic medicine (DO), nurse practitioners (NP), physician assistants (PA). Some OB-GYN providers may also have clinical expertise with HIV/AIDS.
According to the HIV Medicine Association recommendations: “A large body of evidence that indicates that, regardless of a physician’s specialty training, the two best predictors of high quality, cost effective HIV care are patient management experience and ongoing professional development through HIV-related continuing medical education.”
In short, high-quality HIV primary care is a result of specialized training, ongoing education and clinical experience.
So, if you’d like to improve your treatment or find a new provider, consider whether:
Tampa Bay residents, look no further. Metro Inclusive Health offers advanced HIV treatment in our region with a one provider, one appointment approach. By combining HIV and Primary Care together, we’re optimizing health outcomes and advancing HIV treatment in our area. Read on to learn more about our approach.