Primary Medical Services & HIV Specialty
Outpatient Primary Medical Services include comprehensive medical care
and disease related physician’s visits, some laboratory services, some
dental services (please discuss with the dentist and the Ryan White
Part C program manager before services are administered).
Medical Case Management
All patients in the
Ryan White Part C Program will have access to medical case management
Case management can
help clients access available services from such programs as Medicare,
Medicaid, Ryan White Part C Program, drug manufacturer patient
assistance programs, outpatient mental health and chemical dependency
programs, outpatient nutritional services and translator services.
Case managers are also
available to help with adherence education for clients on HAART
therapy and patients that are considering beginning therapy.
The South Carolina AIDS Drug Assistance
South Carolina residents can get HIV medicines through
ADAP's Central Pharmacy and Insurance Assistance Program. Through ADAP,
people are able to get medicines they can't otherwise get. To be a
part of ADAP, you must make a commitment to take your pills. Please
contact your medical case manager for more information.
In order to qualify for ADAP you must
in South Carolina
a limited income
Ryan White Part C Program may be able to help with disease
related charges that are not covered by other compensation programs.
It is the responsibility of the client to gain prior approval before
any medical services are rendered.
is committed to the care of all people in our service area. The Ryan
White Part C program has a Hot-line email address to answer questions
you may have related to your health or a needed referral. All
information is kept confidential.
Please contact the
Ryan White Part C EIS Program (803-799-8407 x250 or x237) with any
questions regarding services not specifically listed in this section.
delivers street outreach to homeless and HIV/AIDS positive individuals
and families in Richland, Fairfield, Lexington, and Newberry counties.
The goal of the outreach team is to assist individuals in getting
comprehensive medical care and needed services. Program outreach
workers seek out the homeless on the streets, in parks, shelters, and
along railroad tracks. Through consistent contact, the outreach team
seeks to build a basic level of trust and assess the needs of those
served. Outreach workers offer referrals and, if accepted, will
transport individuals to needed community services.
Community Healthcare Association,
2211 Alpine Road Ext. Columbia SC
(803) 391-3301 Fax: (803) 736-7055