The Perinatal Infectious Disease Clinic (PIDC), has re-opened for the care of patients with HIV infection. Its founding medical director, Theodore B. Jones, M.D., FACOG, brings more than 30 years of experience to the clinic and care for HIV infected patients. Founded in 1991, the clinic is supported by a team with an advanced practice professional, registered nurse, case management/social work support and medical assistant personnel committed to achieving an optimal outcome for patients and families.
Infectious disease support for delivering patient/patients and baby is available on-site. Prenatal care for delivering patient/patients with other perinatal infections (hepatitis B and C, tuberculosis and syphilis) is available as well. Additional services available include pre-pregnancy consultation, reproductive counseling for couples affected by HIV infection, counseling regarding the use of HIV preexposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and access to free banked breast milk through the MDHHS program. Exploration of co-management of pregnancies is also available.
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