The HIV Program offers services in New Hampshire and Vermont. We collaborate with the Vermont Comprehensive Care Clinic to provide HIV care in Brattleboro, Vermont.
To determine which location is best for you, please call the Bedford HIV Program.
At your first appointment, we will ask you questions designed to evaluate your symptoms and discuss your goals. We may also perform tests to make an evaluation of your condition. You may meet with more than one provider, depending on your specific clinical situation.
Our consultation with you may include a program orientation, reviewing films, test results, treatment options, a discussion of medication management, physical therapy, and patient education.
Insurance and billing questions
Some health insurance policies require that you have a referral from your family doctor (primary care provider, or PCP) to make an appointment. We accept most types of insurance, including Medicaid and Medicare. If you do not have insurance we will help you apply for assistance through the Ryan White CARE Program or our Financial Assistance Policy.
If you are a returning patient, you may use myDH to communicate securely with your providers, request or change appointments, review your medical record, and more. You may also call us at our Bedford HIV Program phone number.
For referring physicians
To refer a patient for consultation, contact our Physician Connection Center. You also may contact us at one of our locations directly. Referrals should be faxed to the Bedford HIV Program fax number.
Our hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.
After hours, please call the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center main number and ask to speak with the Infectious Disease doctor on call.