Comprehensive Care Clinic (VCCC) is Nashville’s original non-profit medical
home for people living with HIV/AIDS. Established in 1994, the VCCC now
celebrates its 25th year providing compassionate and lifesaving care for the
HIV-positive residents of Nashville and Middle Tennessee.
In the early years of the VCCC, HIV was an unstoppable epidemic that devastated our community. As revolutionary new therapies were developed, we learned that although the virus could not be eliminated, it could be suppressed and the immune system could be restored. These advances gave people living with HIV hope for a long and healthy life.
Today the VCCC provides HIV treatment and primary care for 4,000 persons living with HIV, but our mission has never changed: to offer the finest care possible by treating patients with dignity and compassion using advanced technology and treatments. In addition to HIV and primary medical care, we offer our patients mental health services, substance use disorder counseling and treatment, nutrition services, women’s health and obstetric care, social work services, and medical case management. The VCCC is also home to the Southeast AIDS Education and Training Center, which directs HIV education for healthcare providers throughout the Southeast region.
For additional information about the Vanderbilt Comprehensive Care Clinic, please visit our website at: vanderbilthealth.com/comprehensivecare
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