We will connect you to resources within PIHC or in the
community to help you become successful in your HIV treatment.
Monkeypox is a rare disease caused by the monkeypox virus (MPV). The illness typically lasts 2-4 weeks.
We provide MPV vaccination, testing, and education. People experiencing symptoms, such as bumps, rash, or lesions can be tested.
If you are a patient and having symptoms, reach out to your PIHC provider.
Due to a national vaccine shortage, we have a limited number of MPV vaccines for qualifying individuals. Because of this, it is important to take steps to prevent MPV. Find out more about signs, symptoms, risk levels, and ways to protect yourself.
Community Resource Lists & Education
DeKalb, Fulton & Clayton
Our Resource Team keeps an updated list of community resoruces available to help you. Get a complete list of resources for the DeKalb, Fulton & Clayton area.
Gwinnett, Rockdale & Newton
Our Resource Team keeps an updated list of community resources available to help you. Get a complete list of resources for the Gwinnett, Rockdale, & Newton area
Cobb & Douglas
Our Resource Team keeps an updated list of community resources available to help you. Get a complete list of resources for the Cobb & Douglas area.
Washing your hands
Washing your hands often keeps you safe. Learn how to properly wash your hands and what to do when soap and water is not available.
How to protect yourself from COVID-19
It is still important to reduce your risk of becoming infected with COVID-19. Our team of infectious disease experts have helped by providing risk reduction tips.
All you need to know - COVID-19 boosters
Getting a COVID-19 booster shot can decrease your risk of infection and severe illness with COVID-19. Find out about eligibility and getting a booster dose at PIHC.