Pennsylvania Hospital Gets AIDS Grant
November 15, 2002
Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh has been awarded a $1.05 million grant by the Department of Health and Human Services to provide early treatment for people living with HIV/AIDS. Allegheny General is one of 27 health care facilities in the country to receive money under the $9.5 million program. The hospital will receive $350,000 a year over the next three years. The hospital's Positive Health Clinic offers confidential HIV care, referral services for primary care, specialists, HIV wellness classes and other services.
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