Eskenazi Health Infectious Disease Clinic (IDC)
Comprehensive, Patient-Focused Care
Goals: The goal of Eskenazi Health IDC is to improve the health and the lives of individuals living with HIV/AIDS through comprehensive, patient focused care. We choose to define success in this program as positively impacting our patients through services, education and research while remaining true to the core values of humility, compassion and respect for others.
Medical Care: Infectious disease requires long-term and consistent monitoring. Eskenazi Health IDC clinicians bring with them over 75 years of combined infectious disease care experience. Clients are provided phone access to all members of the Eskenazi Health IDC team to facilitate meetings the current needs and goals of their individual treatment plans.
Care Coordination: Eskenazi Health care coordinators are social workers sponsored by the Indiana State Department of Health and Marion County Public Health Department. Eskenazi Health social workers partner with persons living with HIV/AIDS and their significant others to prevent interruption in clients’ medical care and facilitate healthy living by linking clients to:
- Medical care
- Psychosocial support
- Financial assistance
- Full-time Spanish interpreter
- Free HIV testing
- Medication adherence and education
For more information,
please call Eskenazi Health Infectious Disease Clinic at 317.880.3500.