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We accept Medicaid, Medicare, Ryan White, and most private insurance plans. See a full list of accepted plans.
We define quality by how much we care, not how much we cost. From routine physicals to same-day sick care, we’re your partner on your health and wellness journey.
Whether you are in transition or beyond. We offer an individualized approach with a compassionate and experienced care team at your side.
It’s your life and your HIV. At Equitas Health, we help you build a treatment plan that works for you. Not the other way around.
Our full-service community pharmacies are more than just a place to pick-up a refill. We're here to help you get the most out of your treatment.
Life can be overwhelming, but you don’t have to go it alone. Our counselors are here to help you accept and address your challenges on your terms.
Are you concerned about your substance use? When you are ready to begin your recovery journey, we are ready to walk beside you.
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Don’t know what you don’t know? View our full list of services and build your care team. You deserve access to quality, affordable, affirming care!
Some of us heal best when we heal together. Become part of a group for people living with HIV, people in transition, people who use substances or are in recovery, LBGTQ+ people, and more.
Vaccines can help you stay healthy. They also help stop the spread of disease and protect those around you. Our pharmacists can help you make sure you are protected.
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