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HIV clinical trials San Antonio

FFACTS Clinic Hours:
Robert B. Green Campus
903 W. Martin St. map/directions
3rd Floor
San Antonio, TX

Ph. (210) 358-3710
Fax (210) 358-5941
NurseLink (210) 358-3000

Monday - Thursday
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

8:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.

FFACTS Pharmacy

Ph. (210) 358-9660
Fax (210) 358-9634

Monday - Thursday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

The FFACTS Clinic is an outpatient HIV Clinic of University Health System, available to all individuals with HIV/AIDS. Established in 1990, the FFACTS Clinic is one of the oldest primary care AIDS programs in South Texas. It is funded in part by the Ryan White Treatment and Modernization Act. Our mission is to provide HIV-infected individuals in our area the finest medical care and holistic treatment.

In partnership with UT Medicine San Antonio, we offer complete primary and specialized medical care, medical case management services, psychiatry, mental health/substance abuse counseling, nutritional services and a full service specialty pharmacy. We are here to provide comprehensive healthcare and have the abilty to refer and consult with a variety of specialty clinics to better meet your needs. We also partner with outside agencies to assist you with needs such as transporation and housing.

Emergency Care

In a true emergency, go to the nearest emergency center or call 911. The FFACTS Clinic is closed on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. For clinical questions after hours, please call NurseLink, a 24-hour nurse telephone service for University Health System patients, at (210) 358-3000.

Mission Statement: The mission of the FFACTS Clinic is to promote the good health of the community by providing the highest quality of care to patients living with HIV/AIDS by teaching the next generation of health professionals, collaborating with community AIDS service agencies to ensure patients have access to a full range of resources to address their needs and support research thereby advancing medical knowledge and improving the delivery of patient care.

Vision Statement: We will improve the health and well being of the people living with HIV/AIDS and continuously provide the highest quality of care for people living with HIV/AIDS in San Antonio and South Texas.

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing The Patients Voice in HIV/AIDS Clinical Trial Participation: What motivates the willingness of HIV infected people to take part in HIV/AIDS clinical trials?
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BMC Medical Research Methodology at the 35th Annual Conference of the ..  — BMC Pediatrics
The conference will focus on issues such as design and analysis of clinical trials, methods in biostatistics and development of clinical prediction models.

Popular Q&A

How many hiv cases in san antonio texas?

Only stats for Bexar County are available, and there were 449 new cases of HIV reported in Bexar County in 2007. !

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