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Additional Contact Information
Fax: (801) 585-7315
ID/HIV/AIDS Services: (801) 585-2031
Nursing Services: (801) 585-7176
Pharmacist Services: (801) 587-3567
Case Management Services: (801) 585-2670
The University of Utah Infectious Diseases Clinic (Clinic 1A) provides comprehensive primary care to those infected with HIV/AIDS throughout the state of Utah. Clinic 1A is the largest provider of HIV/AIDS care in the state and provides care to patients in the surrounding intermountain region.
Clinic 1A operates within the University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics (UUHC) and has been treating HIV/AIDS patients since 1988. The infectious diseases division receives grant funding from the Ryan White Part B and Part C programs to provide primary care for HIV/AIDS patients.
Clinical Director Harry Rosado-Santos, MD, is the driving force behind the infectious diseases clinic, which remains the recognized leader in HIV/AIDS treatment in Utah. In conjunction with the infectious diseases clinic, comprehensive primary care services are available for HIV/AIDS patients. These services include the following:
- Mental health counseling
- Antiretroviral medications
- Case management
- Home health care
- Nutritional services (supplement program)
- Substance abuse treatment
- Health insurance continuation
Dr. Rosado also provides clinical care on-site to patients in the Southwestern Utah area monthly.
Ryan White Program Goals
The overall goal of the program is to provide appropriate medical care to all HIV + patients who receive HIV services from the PCA (Primary Care Alliance/Ryan White Part C) program in the state of Utah:
- To provide quality early intervention primary medical care for HIV/AIDS patients in Utah.
- To increase awareness about transmission of HIV and living with and treatment of HIV disease.
- To have a formal mechanism for consumer input and involvement in the PCA program.
- To ensure that PCA clients are receiving quality treatment and care.
Claudia Goulston MD is an Associate Professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases. She also serves as the Director of the Infectious Disease Fellowship Program. She joined the faculty in 2006 and enjoys teaching fellows, residents, interns and medical students the art of the medical detective. She likes the challenge of finding the missed clue... Read More
Dr. Keeshin received her medical degree from Meharry Medical College, completed her Internal Medicine and Pediatric Residency at the University of Utah and her Infectious Disease Fellowship at the University of Cincinnati. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Pediatric Infectious Disease at the University of Ut... Read More
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Dr. John Kriesel graduated from Lake Forest High School in 1980 and then cum laude from the University of Illinois in 1984. He went on to graduate from Washington University Medical School in 1988. He came to Utah that year and completed a residency in Internal Medicine in 1991, and then a fellowship in Infectious Diseases in 1994. Dr. Kriesel j... Read More
Dr. Harry Rosado-Santos, FACP , is an Infectious Diseases provider at the University Hospital clinic 1-A. As an infectious diseases phycisian, his clinical interests include HIV care and HIV/Hepatitis C co-infection. Dr Rosado-Santos received his medical degree from the University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine. He received training in Intern... Read More
Dr. Spivak joined the Division of Infectious Diseases as a Visiting Instructor in the fall of 2011. He cares for HIV patients as a member of the Clinic 1A staff at the University of Utah Hospital and attends on the inpatient Infectious Diseases consult service at both the University and VA Hospitals.... Read More