Primary medical care (health services) are professional diagnostic and therapeutic services provided by a physician, physician’s assistant, clinical nurse specialist, or nurse practitioner in an outpatient setting such as clinics, medical offices and/or mobile units.

In 2000, HIV Health Services began to develop a Quality Management Program for HIV/AIDS services in San Francisco. As part of this program, HIV Health Services and the HIV Health Services Planning Council (CARE Council) identified a need for service delivery standards in San Francisco.

All of the existing HHS standards of care were reviewed and evaluated by the HIV Health Services Planning Council over FY-2014-15, finalized in May of 2015, without any revisions required.

ORGANIZATIONS FUNDED THROUGH HHS THAT OFFER
PRIMARY MEDICAL CARE ARE:
  • Castro-Mission Health Center
  • City Clinic
  • Maxine Hall Health Center
  • Mission Neighborhood Health Center
  • Native American Health Center
  • Saint Mary’s Hospital
  • San Francisco General Hospital
  • San Francisco County Jail
  • SFDPH / CHN / Tom Wadell Health Center
  • UCSF Pediatric AIDS Program
  • UCSF 360 Positive Care

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