Hospital Dr., San Vicente, Tarlac City
Rm 205, 2nd flr., building at the back of the hospital
(045) 491 8970 | 0928 906 4776
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People living with HIV can live a long, fruitful and successful life
AboutAn HIV treatment hub.
ClassGovernment facility
HoursMon – Fri: 8:00 am to 12:00 nn (HIV Testing) | 12:00 nn to 3:00 pm (check up / refill)
RatesFree HIV, Hepa B and Syphilis testing
ServicesHIV testing, pre/post counseling
OthersSchedule for monthly check up and refill for enrolled clients. No clinic visits every first Monday of the month. Last visit is every 29th of the month (28th if it falls on a weekend or holiday).
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  1. hello! id like to ask if free ba ang treatment sa TPH for HIV huhuhu living alone na kasi ako and student pa lang ayaw din ako suportahan ng parentgs ko hence, pinalayas when i had this condition. salamat sa sasagot!

    1. Hello dear,

      Nakakalungkot mabasa mga ganitong messages 🙁

      Please email me official.cjxal@gmail.com para matulungan kita sa mga tanong mo.

      But to answer your initial question, yes po, libre and treatment pero may mga need ka lang bayaran such as laboratories, etc.

      Email mo ko para matulungan kita sa enrollment mo sa hub.

      Thank you,
      xTian

    1. Hello po. Visit lang po kayo sa kanilang tanggapan. I’m not very familiar po with herpes testing but since napaka common naman po nito, pag nakita po ito ng doktor ay agad namang makikilala. Sa HIV testing naman po, libre po ito.

    1. Hello JC,

      Basically, same tests apply either to man or woman. Initial tests are HIV, Hepa B and Syphilis screening. Pag nag positive sa screening, you will be endorsed for confirmatory test. Other STD’s/STI’s tests, per recommendation na sya.

      Let me know if you have additional questions.

      Thank you,
      xTian

  2. Hi maam/sir,
    Nagstart na po ako since 2020 ng ARV pero hindi ko po regularly natetake ang meds ko recently due to shifting sched sa work. And one thing more po, ang hub ko po is sa QC. Paano po ang process sa paglipat ng hub? Actually nais ko din po sana magpavaccine kanya nga lang po ay nagdadalawang isip po ako dahil sabi sakin ng ate ko (sister-in-law) na doktor sa Pampanga ay mainam na malaman ko po muna ang cd4 count ko. Maaari ko po ba malaman kailan po ang araw na maaari po akong makapag pa cd4 ako at kung magkano po ang babayarin? Salamat po ng marami sa inyong kasagutan.

    1. Hello po. I’m Karen from webbline.com. First thing po, napaka importante pong sundin ang schedule sa pag inom ng ARV – no buts, no ifs. Ang purpose po nito is to maintain the level of medicine sa dugo mo para ma achieve yung ultimate goal of becoming undetectable. Isa rin po sa magiging problema ay ang posibleng resistance ng virus sa kasalukuyang ARV na iniinum mo dahil na rin sa pa iba ibang level ng gamot sa dugo mo. Kapag ito po ay mangyayari, papalitan po ito ng ibang cocktail and as you know, limitado lang po ang available na cocktail sa ating bansa.

      Kung nais nyo pong mag transfer ng treatment hub, you need to coordinate po with your current hub. Possible naman po ito at meron lang pong mga transfer papers na kailangan. When it comes to vaccine naman po, I have HIV+ friends na fully vaccinated na rin. Again, please coordinate with your current treatment hub.

    2. Hello dear,

      Whatever happens, please make sure to take your ARV per your schedule. As mentioned, pag naging resistant ka sa current ARV, mapapalitan ARV mo which may lead to unavailability of the essential ARV for you (Which I believe, ayaw mong mangyari).

      For the transfer, request ka lang sa current hub mo ng:
      1. Transfer request from your current hub
      2. Confirmatory test
      3. Medical abstract

      Once meron kana ng 3 documents na yan, puwede kana pumunta sa TPH Cares (Tarlac Hub) for the transfer.

      For the vaccine, I also know PLHIV who took and have been fully vaccinated. Ini-encourage din sila ng mga hub personnels nila to get vaccinated since prone sila sa infections.

      For CD4 test, hindi pa ata sya available sa Tarlac, they will refer you to go to San Fernando, Pampanga to have CD4 test. Cost is around 3-4 thousand pesos.

      Talk to your hub to get recommendation whether or not you should take Covid vaccine.

      Replye back ka lang dito kung may tanong ka pa po 🙂

      Stay safe!

      Best,

      xTian

      1. hello! id like to ask if free ba ang treatment sa TPH for HIV huhuhu living alone na kasi ako and student pa lang ayaw din ako suportahan ng parentgs ko hence, pinalayas when i had this condition. salamat sa sasagot!

        1. Hello. Libre po ang treatment. Kindly coordinate nalang po sa kanilang tanggapan.

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