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1917 Clinic


The 1917 Clinic receives Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Modernization Act funding to provide access to comprehensive health care for low-income, uninsured and under-insured HIV infected adults regardless of any pre-existing or non-HIV related conditions. Patients who are HIV infected are not denied service based on inability to pay copays, sliding scale fees or other payments. Patients who have bills that are in collections are not denied services. Serving more than 1,969 patients annually, this academically based clinic is the largest HIV health care unit in Alabama.

For over 25 years the UAB 1917 Clinic has provided comprehensive core medical and social services to adult HIV infected patients. Medical specialty, dental and mental health services are also available onsite. In 2012 the Liver Clinic at 1917 was established to provide access to Hepatitis treatment and clinical trials.

Learn more about our partnership with the 1917 Clinic below.

The 1917 Clinic