Specialised nursing care for complex health needs.


Our HIV Enhanced Primary Care Coordination Program provides comprehensive nursing services, including case management to people with HIV living in South Australia. 

We can support you at home, at a location of your choice, or in one of our nursing clinics to understand your diagnosis and treatment options.

Our skilled nurses will complete an assessment and develop a care plan based on your needs, which includes strategies to maintain your health and access care services. 

Our care team can also link you to other services, such as:

  • counselling
  • dentistry
  • sexual health services
  • drug and alcohol services
  • GP and peer support
  • aged care services. 

To find out how to get started, call our Contact Centre on 1300 650 803 or complete our enquiry form today.

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Refer to us

To refer or for more information, call 1300 364 264 and ask to speak to the Clinical Practice Consultant of the HIV program. 

HIV Primary Care Program services

Availability

Our HIV program is available in South Australia (SA). Program support outside metropolitan Adelaide is provided through telehealth.

Availability varies by location. Contact us to see what is available in your area.

This program is not currently available in other states.



Eligibility

People with a new or existing HIV diagnosis who is new to treatment, or those with complex needs, may be eligible for this program.





Costs

This program is funded by SA Health and is free for clients with a referral.

News feature

As HIV nursing care moved from hospitals to clinics and the community, a push began for more education and advanced practice nurses to care for people in a place of their choice.