FXB Center’s clinical program has been a leader in HIV care since the mid-1980s when it was based at the Children’s Hospital of New Jersey and cared for 50 children who were infected with a virus not yet identified as HIV. In the 30 years since, much has changed; the FXB Center’s numbers swelled, mirroring the HIV epidemic in the United States, and then fell as combination antiretroviral therapy (cART) medications were routinely used to reduce mother-to-child transmission of HIV. Today, the FXB Ambulatory Care Center meets the healthcare and social service needs of more than 250 families with HIV through the provision of interprofessional, comprehensive HIV services which address care across the HIV care continuum.
The FXB Ambulatory Care Center provides:
For more information contact:
Peter Oates, RN, MSN, NP-C, ACRN
Director, Health Care Services
François-Xavier Bagnoud Center
Outside the entrance to the Clinical HIV Services is a plaque of François-Xavier Bagnoud, a young Swiss pilot who lost his life in a tragic helicopter accident on January 14, 1986 in Africa. The Association of François-Xavier Bagnoud bears his name and the commitment to carry out his spirit of joyful giving.
Location: University Hospital
150 Bergen Street, G Level, Room G 102
Newark, NJ 07103
Hours:8:30am – 4:30pm, Monday through Friday