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Georgia: HIV/AIDS Clinic Services to Be Expanded in DeKalb County

January 22, 2003

In Georgia, DeKalb County Board of Health officials have announced they will expand HIV/AIDS clinic services to allow those with HIV to receive treatment at nearby health centers. Three different health centers -- North DeKalb Health Center in Chamblee; East DeKalb Health Center in Lithonia; and Kirkwood Health Center in Atlanta -- will offer services, each on a different day of the week. The services will be provided by HIV health specialists who normally provide treatment at DeKalb's Ryan White Early Care Clinic in Decatur, the county's main clinic. The Ryan White clinic will remain open as a full-time clinic on weekdays.

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Associated Press
01.16.03



  
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This article was provided by CDC National Prevention Information Network. It is a part of the publication CDC HIV/Hepatitis/STD/TB Prevention News Update.
 

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