September 28, 2010

HIV/AIDS Service Moving to One Hundred Oaks

The Comprehensive Care Center (CCC), one of the nation's largest and most successful outpatient HIV/AIDS treatment facilities, is moving to Vanderbilt Health One Hundred Oaks.

Beginning Oct. 4, most clinical services to CCC patients will now be provided by the Vanderbilt Medical Group under a new name, the Vanderbilt Comprehensive Care Clinic.

The CCC, an independent, non-profit organization, will continue to administer the federal grants that support the clinic, and provide a wide range of services including psychiatric, nutritional and medical case management, and specialized care for pregnant women with HIV. Also moving to the office tower at One Hundred Oaks are the Vanderbilt AIDS Center's clinical research programs and Nashville Pharmacy Services, which specializes in HIV therapy. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 322-1000 or visit www.VanderbiltHealth.com.

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