HIV Case Management
Managing a chronic condition like HIV can be overwhelming, especially when you are facing challenges that make it difficult to stay healthy. The Partnership understands this. It is why we have medical case managers (MCMs) to help patients get more of what they may need to be well.
Our medical case management services are open to patients who receive primary medical care for HIV/AIDS at the Partnership.
HIV Medical Case Managers Can Help You:
- Access food, housing and transportation
- Schedule appointments with medical specialists
- Get and keep medical insurance
- Get legal help for needs like wills, custody, benefit appeals, etc.
- Get and replace IDs, social security and insurance cards and other necessary documents
Additionally, medical case managers can help you access the following:
- Drug/alcohol treatment referrals
- HIV information
- Housing referrals
- Legal services
- Medical equipment
- Mental health treatment referrals
- Prenatal care
- Social security benefits
- Special pharmaceutical benefits
- Support groups
More HIV Case Management Services
Eligibility Specialist – The Partnership’s eligibility specialist helps our patients with accessing medical insurance, Social Security benefits, or Pennsylvania's Special Pharmaceutical Benefits Program (SPBP). The Eligibility Specialist also certifies those eligible for Ryan White services.
Prenatal Program – Our perinatal medical case manager works with pregnant people to reduce the risk of transmission of HIV to the fetus. They provide support and assistance in accessing resources during pregnancy and ensuring pre-natal and post-natal medical visits are attended.
Contact HIV Case Management Services at the Partnership
You can access HIV Case Management Services at the Partnership by asking to speak with the medical case manager on-call during your appointment. You can also call the Partnership at 215.762.2530 (Option #4) and leave a message asking to be connected to medical case manager services. You must be a patient at the Partnership clinic to receive medical case manager services from the Partnership.
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.
The images being used are for illustrative purposes only; any person depicted is a model.
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