In honor of the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day, six Kaiser Permanente clinicians and leaders recently shared their thoughts and recollections about the organization’s 30-year journey in caring for people with HIV. Several of them are uniquely positioned to comment because they have worked for Kaiser Permanente for close to 30 years and have been a part of the global battle against HIV since the beginning.
In many ways Kaiser Permanente has shaped and improved how clinicians nationwide care for people with HIV. The organization cares for more people with HIV than almost any other organization in the United States; more than 20,000 HIV-positive patients today, and 50,000 patients with HIV since the beginning of the epidemic.
For more detail, visit the Kaiser Permanente history blog.