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Compassionate HIV Care

AvitaCare Atlanta offers in-person or telehealth HIV Care administered by the nation’s leading providers of HIV treatment.

Atlanta has the fourth highest rate of new HIV diagnoses in the U.S.
Get expert HIV care with AvitaCare Atlanta

AvitaCare Atlanta partners with MedCura Health to provide in-person or telehealth primary care and HIV+ treatment programs for people living with HIV. Our clinic is conveniently located in Atlanta, Georgia between Midtown and Buckhead.

Our Heart is in Your Care

Our Atlanta primary care physicians treat the whole you. At AvitaCare Atlanta, we are deeply committed to providing the best HIV and AIDS treatment for everyone in the Atlanta metro area. We treat every patient we serve with compassion and understanding..

HIV Care Made for You
The best patient care is personalized. AvitaCare Atlanta offers in-person visits and telehealth visits, at-home or in-person labs, and discreet prescription delivery.

AvitaCare Atlanta and MedCura Health sincerely thank the patients and staff who graciously shared in this StoryQuilt™.

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Affordable HIV Treatment

Get HIV care with little to no out-of-pocket costs. We partner with non-profit health care organizations and insurance companies to help you cover expenses related to HIV care, labs and medications. If you don’t have health insurance, we will connect you to available financial assistance to help with your out-of-pocket costs

Why AvitaCare Atlanta?

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Meet our HIV Medical Providers

Your HIV care is personalized to meet your specific needs. That’s why every patient is paired with a dedicated member of our experienced medical team who will be with you at every step. Our AvitaCare Atlanta team includes clinicians certified by the American Academy of HIV Medicine. Together, we bring decades of experience in providing exceptional care for people living with HIV.

Quintin Robinson
Dr. Quintin Robinson, MD, AAHIVS

Morehouse School of Medicine

Michael Brown
Dr. Michael Brown, MD

University of Florida

Erin Everett
Erin Everett, NP-C, AAHIVS

Ball State University

Quinton Barnes
Quinton Barnes, DNP

South University, Savannah Campus

Mark Hebert
Mark Hebert, MSN, NP-C, AAHIVS

Kennesaw State University

Terry Hackworth
Terry Hackworth, MBA, MSN, NP-C, AAHIVS

University of Alabama at Birmingham

Keith Hood
Keith Hood, MSN, NP-C, AAHIVS

Mercer University

Jewel Sawyer
Jewel Sawyer, PA-C, MSHS, AAHIVS

Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences

Kyle Jones
Kyle Jones, MSN, FNP

WellStar School of Nursing, Kennesaw State University

Michelle Sariev
Michelle Sariev, BSN, MS, NP-C, AAHIVS

Georgia State
University

How HIV Care Works

AvitaCare Atlanta offers patients flexible and convenient care benefits like easy virtual provider visits, convenient at-home or in-person labs, and prescriptions delivered discreetly right to your door.

Fill out the Contact Form

When you are ready, complete and submit the Care Coordinator Contact Form. When we get the form, a Care Coordinator will contact you for your intake appointment.

Meet Your Care Coordinator

During the intake appointment, your Care Coordinator will ask questions about your HIV and health history. They will then schedule a telehealth appointment with a carefully matched medical provider. If necessary, they will also order labs.

Appointment with Medical Provider

During the appointment, your AvitaCare Atlanta medical provider will review your medical history, lab results, and medications. Feel free to use this time to ask your medical provider any questions or concerns you may have about your HIV care.

 

To put you on the best personalized HIV treatment plan for you, our AvitaCare Atlanta care provider may ask for extra lab tests. If you have taken labs within the last 6 months, more testing may not be necessary.

Prescription Delivery

AvitaCare Atlanta offers convenient and personalized prescription services with our on-site pharmacy. If you already have a pharmacy, we can help you transfer your prescriptions easily. Think of it as your one-stop shop for HIV care. Your prescribed medication(s) will be quickly delivered to you in discreet, temperature-sensitive packaging.

Continued Care

Your dedicated AvitaCare Atlanta medical provider will manage every part of your HIV care, including prescribing medication(s) and scheduling lab tests, as needed. AvitaCare Atlanta also offers counseling support to help you thrive.

AvitaCare Atlanta HIV Treatment Questions?

Who Qualifies for HIV Treatment from AvitaCare Atlanta?

To make sure you qualify for treatment, our care team will talk to you about your health history, co-existing conditions, when you were first diagnosed with HIV, and any ongoing treatment you may have.

If you are a new patient and have not had any labs done in the last six months, we will coordinate new lab tests to confirm your current viral load and CD-4 (T cell) count.

If you and your Care Coordinator decide that an in-person treatment plan is better for you, we will connect you to care immediately.

The AvitaCare Atlanta HIV Care program is available to all patients regardless of whether they have insurance or not.   If you do not have insurance, we will help find financial assistance programs that help cover out-of-pocket costs.

Our highly experienced medical team is made up of clinicians certified by the American Academy of HIV Medicine. Their extensive experience supporting and treating the HIV community, and their mission to get more people the HIV treatment they need are proof that you will receive Atlanta’s best HIV care.
If you are a newly diagnosed HIV patient, AvitaCare Atlanta will start you on Rapid ART (Antiretroviral Therapy.) If you are already on Rapid ART treatment, your care provider will review your health history and recent lab results to decide the next steps
Once we have coordinated your HIV care, your provider will proactively check in with you every three to six months. During these check-ins, they review your current health status, go over lab results, and ask about potential side effects you may be feeling. They will also answer any questions you may have about preventing transmission and becoming undetectable. If you need counseling for your emotional well-being or support with disclosing your status to partners and family members, your care provider can offer any other help you need.

Regular lab tests and medical check-ins make HIV treatment effective. If they are needed, our medical providers will order tests at our onsite lab for your convenience.  In addition to checking your CD-4 (T Cell) count and viral load, your provider may also order tests for sexually transmitted infections, kidney function, liver function, and other health measures. Rest assured that these lab tests will be covered by your insurance plan.

4 Important Things To Know about HIV

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People with HIV can and do live long, healthy lives.

When individuals living with HIV receive consistent, appropriate medical care and treatment, they can lead fulfilling lives characterized by good health.

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Treatment should begin right away.

Starting treatment promptly after an HIV diagnosis brings significant benefits. However, it’s never too late to start.

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Undetectable = Untransmissable (U=U).​

When individuals living with HIV receive consistent, appropriate medical care and treatment, they can lead fulfilling lives characterized by good health.
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Treatment is easier than ever.

Unlike the early days of HIV, today’s HIV medications are accessible, affordable, and highly effective. They typically involve minimal side effects and, in most cases, only require taking a single manageable daily pill.