UVM Medical Center Main Campus

Infectious Disease and Travel Clinic

 (802) 847-9783

111 Colchester Avenue
Main Campus, East Pavilion, Level 5
Burlington, VT 05401-1473

Monday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Clinics in Vermont

The Comprehensive Care Clinics comprise a four-clinic program dedicated to providing state-of-the-art treatment for all stages of HIV/AIDS as well as primary and specialty care to persons living with HIV/AIDS throughout Vermont. All services are confidential and the first visit is free. Services include: free HIV testing, prevention counseling, confidential services and state-of-the-art medical care.

Vermont HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Clinics are located at:

  • UVM Medical Center's Medical Center Campus, Burlington (802) 847-4594 (map)
  • Rutland Regional Medical Center, Rutland (802) 747-3700
  • Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, Brattleboro (802) 257-8860
  • Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital, St. Johnsbury (802) 748-8141

To make a confidential appointment with UVM Medical Center's HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Clinic call toll-free: 800-358-1144 ext. 4594.

What's My Risk of Contracting HIV?

Have you had sex without using a condom? If you don't use a condom correctly, every time, you may be at risk and should get an HIV test.

Have you shared drug injection equipment with anyone? (Needles, syringes, cotton, cooker, water). HIV lives in the blood. Sharing works is high-risk.

Does your partner have sex or share needles with anyone else? What you don't know can hurt you.

Have you had any other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) or have any symptoms you are worried about? You get HIV in the same way as other STDs.

If you have one STD, you could be at risk for others. If you do not know for sure the HIV status of your sex or needle-sharing partners, or do not know your own status, you could be at risk for giving or getting HIV. People who know their status can get life-saving medical care. And they can protect the people they care about.

You can get tested for HIV at any of the Comprehensive Care Clinics. To make a confidential appointment, call-toll free: 1-800-358-1144 ext. 4594.

HIV/AIDS Testing in Vermont

If you are concerned about HIV/AIDS, there is something you can do about it - get the test - it may save your life. HIV is no longer a death sentence, but you have to know if you need to get proper care.

The first step in treating HIV and preventing its spread is to find out if you already have it. The HIV/ AIDS Comprehensive Care Clinics provide free and anonymous HIV counseling and testing. Trained counselors will help you think about your risk for getting or giving HIV and can perform a simple oral test. If needed, counselors will refer you for medical care through their clinics. They will help you figure out how to talk to a friend who might be at risk for HIV/AIDS. Counselors will help you to be safe and healthy.

Where can I get an HIV test in Vermont?

  • You can be tested at any of the HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Clinics
  • Outreach workers can visit you

HIV/AIDS Care and Support in Vermont

If you have HIV/AIDS, it is time to take a positive step. There are many things that you can do to maintain or improve your health.

The HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Clinics, all located in Vermont, are teams of health professionals who can help you take that positive step. We can provide state-of-the-art health care in a confidential setting.

Over the past several years, there have been many advances in HIV/AIDS care, including new therapies and diagnostic tests that can help us help you. We recognize that people with HIV/AIDS need both medical therapy and emotional support, not only for themselves, but for their family, friends and loved ones. We can work together to meet your needs.

A team of healthcare professionals including an HIV/AIDS doctor, a nurse practitioner, a social worker and a dietitian are available at each of our four sites in Vermont. We can help you meet the challenges you face.

You Don't Have to Go it Alone.

HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Clinics offer the following services:

  • State-of-the-art medical care
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Psychiatric services
  • Social and emotional support for clients, family and friends
  • HIV/AIDS referral services
  • Drug and alcohol counseling
  • Psychotherapy
  • Housing and transportation
  • Collaborative care with primary care provider
  • Collaborative care with community AIDS service organizations

All services are confidential.

There is hope - take a positive step in your care. To make a confidential appointment and learn about your HIV/AIDS care options, call UVM Medical Center's HIV/ AIDS Comprehensive Care Clinic toll-free: 800-358-1144 ext. 4594.

Wallace K. Alston, MD
Infectious Disease
Elizabeth A. Bonney, MD, MPH
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Laura J. Catoe, NP
Infectious Disease
Jean M. Dejace, MD
Infectious Disease
Andrew J. Hale, MD
Infectious Disease
Beth D. Kirkpatrick, MD
Infectious Disease
Benjamin Lee, MD
Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Debra G. Leonard, MD, PhD
Molecular Genetic Pathology
Anatomic Pathology
Cindy D. Noyes, MD
Infectious Disease
Kristen K. Pierce, MD
Infectious Disease
Louis B. Polish, MD
Infectious Disease
William V. Raszka, MD
Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Devika Singh, MD
Infectious Disease
Lindsay M. Smith, MD
Infectious Disease
Mary Claire R. Walsh, PA-C
Urgent Care Medicine
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Timothy J. Whitman, DO
Infectious Disease