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HIV Services

infectious disease infusion room

Within the Infectious Disease Center, the HIV program at Northwestern Memorial Hospital has led the way in treating patients infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) since 1988.

Services at the HIV Center include:

  • Comprehensive assessment and medical treatment

  • Medication evaluation and teaching by a pharmacist

  • Clinical social work services

  • Patient/family education

  • Home health care coordination

  • Consultation with a patient’s primary physician

  • Clinical research studies

  • Infusion therapy services

  • Inpatient consultation and care coordination

    • When patients with HIV infection require inpatient hospitalization at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, we follow their care with an interdisciplinary HIV team to insure continuity of care.

Specialty Clinics

We have specialty clinics to treat HIV infected patients who have additional needs:

  • Co-Infection Clinic
    Provide consultation and evaluation for HIV patients seeking organ transplantation.

  • HIV/Hemophilia Clinic
    Provides hematology consultation to patients with HIV and hemophilia.

  • Womens Clinic
    Provides obstetric and gynecologic care for women with HIV infection.


Infectious Disease Center

251 E Huron, Arkes Pavilion
9th Floor, Suite 940
Chicago, IL 60611
Fax: 312-926-9630

Last UpdateJanuary 17, 2012


For more information or to make an appointment please call 312-926-8358.