Fletcher Allen, a Vermont university hospital and medical center, serves all of
Vermont and the northern New York region. Located in Burlington, Fletcher Allen is a regional, academic healthcare center and teaching hospital in alliance with the University of Vermont.
HIV/AIDS Testing in Vermont
If you are concerned about HIV/AIDS there is something you can do about it – get the test – it may save your life. HIV is no longer a death sentence, but you have to know if you need to get proper care.
The first step in treating HIV and preventing its spread is to find out if you already have it. The HIV/ AIDS Comprehensive Care Clinics provide free and anonymous HIV counseling and testing. Trained counselors will help you think about your risk for getting or giving HIV and can perform a simple oral test. If needed, counselors will refer you for medical care through their clinics. They will help you figure out how to talk to a friend who might be at risk for HIV/AIDS. Counselors will help you to be safe and healthy.
Where can I get an HIV test in Vermont?
- You can be tested at any of the HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Clinics
- Outreach workers can visit you
- Find a testing location at GetTestedVermont.com
What’s my Risk for Contracting HIV?
And finally…if you already know you have HIV and think you may have exposed someone, you can arrange to inform that person anonymously. You can get counseling to help you learn more about HIV prevention. You can get medical care and support.
To make a confidential appointment or to schedule an HIV test with Fletcher Allen’s HIV/ AIDS Comprehensive Care Clinic call toll-free: 1-800-358-1144 ext. 4594.
For additional information on HIV Testing, to learn how HIV tests are done, or to search for other local HIV testing sites in Vermont visit: GetTestedVermont.com.