The Dorothy Mann Center provides primary and specialty HIV/AIDS care in a patient-centered medical home model for HIV exposed newborns, for HIV positive infants, children, and teens, and their HIV affected family members. Consultation and treatment for high risk for HIV exposures, including the prescription of regimens for non-occupational post-exposure prophylaxis (nPEP) and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) are provided on site from our team. Through Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program funding, the program provides program provides case management, mental health services, psycho-educational groups, and assistance with negotiating the HIV/AIDS services available in the city.
In addition, program staff are available to assist:
St. Christopher's Hospital for Children in Philadelphia has highly qualified experts who are specially trained to work with the individual and unique needs of infants and pediatric patients. The team is led by Daniel Conway, MD, Chief, Section of Immunology. To view a list of our specialists, click here.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, call (215) 427-5284 or click here to visit our other locations.