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Philadelphia,PA USA Programs


Contact the office at 215-988-9970 to set up an appointment or learn more about our services. Hablamos español.

WHCI offers general medical services and HIV-specific care, testing, and support groups

Our medical clinic is staffed with two physicians and provides medical services for people with HIV/AIDS, as well as immigrants.  We provide the following services:

  • Medical & HIV Care

  • Transcare & Trans Support Group, a collaboration with JFK Medical Center, funded by Community Behavioral Health

  • CTR (Counseling, Testing, Referral) for HIV, Syphilis, and HEP C

  • PEP & PREP treatment 

  • Case Management team supports with Special Pharmaceutical Benefits program applications

  • Access Matters offers testing for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea


Our providers are Dr. Helena Kwakwa and

Dr. David Agosto, CRNP, FNP-BC. Dr. Kwakwa is a leader in the area

of treatment compliance and treatment adherence and is a widely

recognized HIV/AIDS specialist.  She is the Medical Director of

TPAC/WHCI.  Dr. Agosto currently provides medical services

including HIV/AIDS services to all individuals who are

under-insured and uninsured, as well as general medical practice for

immigrants and LGBTQIA communities.


Dr. Agosto is here every Thursday.  He works directly under Dr. Helena Kwakwa, the director of HIV Clinical Services for the City of Philadelphia.

Dr. Kwakwa is at the Strawberry Mansion Health Center (2840 Dauphin St) Monday mornings, and Health Center 4 (4400 Haverford Ave) Thursday mornings.


Please make appointments directly with these locations or through us to avoid long wait times.

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