Providing compassionate and comprehensive health care for persons living with HIV

The 1917 Clinic is the largest HIV health care unit in Alabama and one of the country’s leading HIV clinics. Its mission is to address the needs of patients, their families and significant others, doctors and scientists, and the community in responding to the urgent and unique issues surrounding HIV/AIDS.

Clinic Specialties

The 1917 Clinic has many specialists who come to the clinic so that you do not have to travel all over the city when a specialist is needed for your medical care.

Get Involved

As we move into the new building, we'll be introducing some new volunteer activities, and making changes to our established opportunities.

Seeking for feedback
HRSA’s OPAE is seeking people with HIV who are English-speaking to participate in virtual discussions about health materials. Sessions will be held in March and May 2021 via Zoom and will last approximately 90 minutes. If you are interested, please contact or call (972) 503-3100 x- 407. Please respond immediately to be considered for March and May groups discussion groups by February 28th.

About COVID-19 Vaccinations

COVID-19 vaccinations will not be given at the 1917 Clinic. For more information about the COVID Vaccine rollout in Alabama, press here.

Featured Video

UAB Medicine Specialty Care at Dewberry Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony

Watch the ribbon cutting for the new UAB Medicine Specialty Care at Dewberry. Resources and clinics include the Alabama Vaccine Research Clinic, 1917 Clinic, 1917 Dental Clinic, UAB Pharmacy, and the Magic City Wellness Center.