HIV/AIDS treatment center celebrates 25 years in Nashville

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — The original non-profit treatment center for people in Nashville and Middle Tennessee living with HIV/AIDS celebrated 25 years of operation this weekend.

Vanderbilt Comprehensive Care Clinic marked the occasion Saturday night with a sold-out 25th anniversary gala held in the Vanderbilt Commodore Ballroom. 

News 2’s Josh Breslow served as emcee for the event, which was both a celebration and a fundraiser for the clinic.

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VCCC Gala (Photo: Josh Breslow/WKRN)

Founded as the Comprehensive Care Center in 1994 to provide care to the people of Middle Tennessee living with HIV/AIDS, the clinic entered into a clinical practice agreement with the Vanderbilt Medical Group in 2010 and became known as Vanderbilt Comprehensive Care Clinic. 

The clinic provides services that include medical evaluation and follow-up care, medical case management, access to screening and clinical trials, medication reconciliation and adherence counseling, as well as mental health services. 

For more information, visit the clinic’s website and click here to donate

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Josh Breslow (Photo: WKRN)

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