Our Care Team of physicians and nurse practitioners from the University of Chicago Medicine provide primary medical and sub-specialty HIV care to children, adolescents, and young adults who are HIV-positive or vulnerable to acquiring HIV. Additionally, our team is specialized in providing care to infants who are exposed to maternal HIV infection during pregnancy, following them through the first 18 months of life until their HIV status has been determined. Our services include testing and treatment for HIV, provision of PrEP (a medication taken every day to prevent HIV infection), administration of PEP (a drug taken after potential HIV exposure to prevent HIV infection), sexually transmitted infections, and common infectious diseases such as skin and soft tissue infections, and respiratory tract and urinary tract infections. We also provide primary health care including vaccinations, school physicals, and family planning, and our medical team has expertise and extensive experience providing care to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender patients. We guarantee appointments within 1-2 weeks and we respect each client’s privacy.