Serving people with AIDS, HIV and other complex infectious diseases in St. Louis.
The New Hope Clinic, founded in 1995, provides exceptional care for people with HIV/AIDS and other complex infectious diseases, such as MRSA and tuberculosis (TB).
Located in Saint Louis University's Drummond Hall, the state-of-the-art New Hope Clinic is directed by Marcia Sokol-Anderson, M.D., a board-certified specialist in infectious diseases and HIV/AIDS. She is assisted by a nurse who specializes in HIV care, and resident physicians from the Saint Louis University School of Medicine.
Help for People with AIDS/HIV
For patients affected by HIV, the clinic provides excellent medical care, but also has case managers on site who offer social work services, including counseling of newly-diagnosed patients, helping to determine insurance coverage, facilitating access to life-saving medications and helping arrange transportation for visits to the clinic.
Counselors who specialize in psychosocial issues relating to HIV are also available. Patients also have the option of enrolling in clinical research trials to test the efficacy of cutting-edge medications to treat HIV/AIDS and other infectious diseases.
Services for People with Complicated Infections
Patients with complicated infections are referred to the clinic by their primary care providers, or are seen in as a follow-up after hospitalization at Saint Louis University Hospital. These patients typically are followed for severe or unusual infections, including MRSA infections, osteomyelitis, endocarditis, brain abscess, and tuberculosis.
To make an appointment, please call (314) 977-9050. Please note that patients who have an infectious disease other than HIV/AIDS must have a referral from a physician to be seen at The New Hope Clinic.