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WU ID Clinic has been a leader in HIV care since the beginning of the epidemic.  Learn more about our history under About Us.

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Know your HIV status today! Free! Scroll down for a link to our HIV testing hours.

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After two decades, WU ID Clinic has left its location at 4570 Children's Place and moved into a brand new building.  Construction is underway at the old site now.

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On 7/20/15, WU ID Clinic moved to 620 S. TAYLOR AVE, SUITE 100 (63110) - a brand new building just 2 short blocks from our previous location!

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Achieving viral suppression can help you stay healthy, live longer, and greatly reduce your chances of passing HIV on to others. We want to help you reach that goal!

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WU ID Clinic offers PrEP - a one pill a day regimen to help prevent HIV.  Interested? Find more info under the Services tab.

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Washington University Infectious Diseases (WU ID) Clinic has been providing state-of-the-art HIV primary care services to people living with HIV/AIDS since the beginning of the epidemic in the 1980s.

WU ID Clinic has shown tremendous leadership in HIV care and research for the St. Louis region over the past 30 years including the development of:
• the AIDS Clinical Trials Unit (1987-present);
• the region’s first women-specific HIV program (The Helena Hatch Special Care Center 1994-1999, SPNS funded);
• the HIV Co-Morbidity Collaboration (2004-2006);
• the HIV and Aging Project (2006-2007);
• the St. Louis Region Expanded HIV Testing Initiative (2007-present)
• the HIV-Hepatitis C Co-infection Treatment Expansion Initiative (2010-2012, SPNS funded)

Numerous WU staff have held leadership positions in regional HIV care and prevention community planning groups, including three past Planning Council Co-Chairs. Several WU ID Clinic patients have also held leadership positions in community planning groups.

*SPNS = Special Projects of National Significance, which are federal grants funded by the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) to develop and evaluate innovative models of care.