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Women's HIV Program

Pregnant women living with HIV require specialized and integrated obstetric and infectious disease care in order to stay healthy and reduce the risk of perinatal transmission of HIV. The Northwestern Memorial Hospital Women's HIV Program is an interdisciplinary, comprehensive clinic aimed at preventing mother to child transmission of HIV and providing long term HIV care to women and families affected by HIV in the greater Chicago community.

Outcomes

The Women's HIV Program provides integrated care that includes maternal-fetal medicine (obstetrics), infectious disease medicine, nursing, pharmacy, and social work.

What to Expect at Your Appointments

At your appointments, you'll meet with both our OB doctors (to help care for you and your baby during pregnancy) and our infectious disease doctors (who help manage HIV while in pregnancy and after).

Contact Us

Please call the Infectious Disease clinic at 312.926.8358 for intake and to schedule your appointment.

Meet the HIV OB/GYN Program Team

It "takes a village" to promote healthy communities and eliminate perinatal transmission rates of HIV. Our interdisciplinary clinic (nurses, social workers, pharmacists, psychologists, phlebotomists, receptionists, doctors) is committed to a Chicago without HIV. Together we can make a difference.