Designated AIDS Center
The Designated AIDS Center (DAC) provides outpatient and inpatient medical care for HIV infected people from the 15-county Central New York area. The DAC is staffed by Infectious Disease physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and licensed social workers. Patient care is provided through a medical case management model with the nurse practitioner/physician assistant as case manager. We provide each patient with continuity of care through the same case manager, physician and social worker for all of your outpatient care.
The DAC accepts all insurances accepted through University Hospital including: Medicaid, Medicare, Family Health Plus, ADAP Plus and most commercial insurances. Managed Care Medicaid and HMO insurances may require prior approval or referral. If your insurance requires prior approval or referral from your primary care physician you are required to obtain that prior to your first appointment with us. Upstate Medical University provides a wide range of medical services including vision, dental, gynecology, oncology, dermatology, pulmonary, primary care, endocrine, gastrointestinal, cardiology and orthopedics.
The DAC provides on site individual and group mental health services, mental health case management services, treatment adherence services, hepatitis C treatment services, limited substance abuse and nutrition services. For more information on these services click on the links tab.
Upstate Announces the Appointment of Rosemary Rochford, PhD as Vice President for Research
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