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HIV CARE

We offer friendly and convenient outpatient care for HIV+ people in the heart of London’s West End. Because we’re part of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, you’ll have access to world-class facilities and expertise.

Download our list of services here.

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The good news

People on treatment with an undetectable virus level cannot pass their HIV to others. Early treatment is linked to normal life expectancy.
If you feel ready to start, we’re here to help. We’ll explain all your treatment options and then provide the monitoring and support you need to get the virus down to ‘undetectable’.

Once everything’s stable, we’ll monitor you twice a year.

once everything’s stable, we monitor you twice a year

Annual review

Once a year we run an in-depth health check and blood tests.

Six-month check

We’ll check your viral load, hepatitis and syphilis tests.

DOWNLOAD KLICK

We designed Klick to make things easier. Book your routine monitoring tests on Klick.  If everything’s stable we’ll have your prescription ready when you come in. If you book on Klick, you’ll get your results on the app. 

Download ‘Klick’ from iTunes or the Google Play store.

Our Telephone Clinic is still here if you need to speak to someone. If you book your tests by phone, you’ll get your results by phone.

You can still call to book a doctor appointment if you prefer.

Need help registering with Klick?

COVID Treatment

It’s recommended that some people with HIV take treatment for COVID should they catch it. More detailed information is available here.

This includes HIV positive people with one of the following

  • Those aged over 55 years
  • CD4 under 350
  • AIDS diagnosis in last year
  • Those with detectable viral load
  • On Diabetes treatment
  • Kidney failure
  • Liver Cirrhosis
  • Moderate & severe asthma
  • Heart failure
  • Overweight (BMI over 30)

Your GP will contact you if they are aware of your HIV status. Otherwise contact NHS 111 for referral to a COVID treatment centre.

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Telephone support

If you’re registered at Dean Street for your HIV care you can use our Telephone Clinic. Call us for advice or to discuss your results.

We can also help if you are running low on meds.

020 3315 9500
Monday – Friday Midday-4pm

Our pharmacy can help with email queries about drug interactions or issues with home delivery.

Chelwest.pharmacy.deanstreet@nhs.net

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