The Philadelphia AIDS Consortium (TPAC) 
d.b.a. 
World Health Care Infrastructures (WHCI)

Medical Care

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

Our medical clinic is staffed with Doctor David Agosto, a nurse practitioner and Dr. Helena Kwakwa, the director of Infectious Diseases of Philadelphia Department of Public Health.  

 

We provide primary care for immigrants, people with HIV/AIDS and special need communities.  They include: 

 

  • Immigrants with under-insured and uninsured care

  • Mediation for those in the 340 B program

  • 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

  • Access to special needs community services for immigrants: 

    • emergency food ​program 

Dr. David Agosto: 

  • CRNP, FNP-BC

  • Nurse practitioner

  • Stationed in the office on Saturdays

  • Provides medical services including HIV/AIDS services to individuals
    who are under-insured and uninsured,

  • Provide general medical practice for immigrants and LGBTQIA communities.

Dr. Helena Kwakwa​: 

  • Director of Infectious Diseases of Philadelphia Department of Public Health

  • Medical Director of TPAC/WHCI

  • Leader in the area of treatment compliance and treatment adherence

  • Widely recognized HIV/AIDS specialist. 

  • Provides services at Strawberry Mansion Health Center (2840 Dauphin St) on Monday mornings
    and Health Center 4 (4400 Haverford Ave) onThursday mornings.

 

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

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