Is There An Immediate Notification If Positive HIV Test Result

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notification of test results

My question is if you go to a department of health clinic and take a confidential Hiv test but never pick up the result and test positive do the clinic try to notify you or what is the general procedures in this case
Ewald Horwath, M.D.

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University of Miami School of Medicine
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