Perinatal (Mother-to-Child) Transmission of HIV

Perinatal Transmission of HIV

Resources

Information on Services for Pregnant HIV+ Women and Training and Education on Perinatal HIV Treatment and Prevention:

Susan Dicker, RN, MS, MPH
Perinatal HIV Nurse Coordinator
Children’s Hospital and Clinics of MN
347 North Smith Avenue, Suite 504
St. Paul, Minnesota 55102
(612) 387-2989 (cell)
(651) 220-6444 (office)
(651) 220-7233 (fax)
Susan.Dicker@childrensmn.org

Information for Care of Newborns Perinatally Exposed to HIV:

Kiran Belani, MD
Laura Hoyt, MD
Children’s Hospitals and Clinics
347 North Smith Avenue, # 5080
St. Paul, Minnesota 55102
(651) 220-6444

Linda Thompson, MD
Hennepin County Medical Center
Department of Pediatrics,MC-867B
701 Park Avenue South
Minneapolis Minnesota 55415
(612) 347-2671

Information for HIV Care of Pregnant Women: 

Laura Hoyt, MD
Susan Kline, MD
Tim Schacker, MD
Fairview-University Medical Center
Box 88 Mayo, 420 Delaware St. S.E.
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455
(612) 625-4680

Frank Rhame, MD
The Doctors, Allina Medical Clinic
1221 West Lake St., #201
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
(612) 824-1772

Keith Henry, MD
Ron Schut, MD
Kay Schwebke, MD
Margaret Simpson, MD
Virginia Lupo, MD (OB/GYN)
Hennepin County Medical Center
701 Park Avenue South
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55415
(612) 347-2700

mn-tel: HIV Consultation Network

HIV/AIDS Clinical Support and Consultation Services for Healthcare Providers

Call MATEC at 612-626-3609 for more information

Information about Disease Reporting:

Adrianna DiStaolo
Sue Bedard-Johnson
Allison La Pointe
Minnesota Department of Health
STD, HIV and TB Section
625 Robert Street North
Minneapolis, MN 55107
(651) 201-5414

Additional Links:

Bay Area Perinatal AIDS Center (BAPAC) - University of California, San Francisco
Healthy Women, Healthy Babies, Healthy Families.
BAPAC's Mission: BAPAC provides comprehensive preconception counseling and prenatal care to women and families infected and affected by HIV.

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Updated Thursday, October 16, 2014 at 09:43AM