Provides comprehensive HIV care. Provides clinical trials, education/information, medication services, social services and community referrals, HIV specific financial programs, counseling, psychiatry services, referrals to HIV-experienced professionals in other specializations, case management.
Provides current, accurate information to anyone with questions about cancer. Offers information on cancer prevention, risk factors, symptoms, all types of cancer, treatment, county resources, and coping skills. The service also provides free written materials from a variety of sources.
DONOR PROGRAM: Advancement for health sciences education and the health and welfare of mankind through the utilization of deceased humans for medical study and research. HOSPITAL: Provides health care and services to people with disabilities of all ages and their families through a combination of outpatient, inpatient, and community-based prog...
Behavioral Health Services are available to treat children, adolescents, and adults with mental health needs. Specially trained UI Behavioral Health experts provide behavioral, cognitive, and psychiatric diagnoses and treatment throughout the continuum of life.
Inpatient and outpatient services for adults with chemical dependency. Has a Dual Diagnosis Track for individuals who have either a medical or mental illness in combination with an addiction. Provides both individual and group therapy.