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HIV disease is a communicable disease spread through 1) unprotected sexual contact with an infected person (not using a condom), 2) sharing needles or other works with an infected person, and 3) from an infected mother to her baby during pregnancy, or after delivery by breastfeeding.  Medications can treat the disease and can also protect a baby from infection by her pregnant mother.  Condoms can prevent sexual transmission; not sharing needles or other works can prevent infection during drug use. 

For information about HIV treatment and case management, contact HIV Alliance (in Eugene) at http://www.hivalliance.org/support/hiv-case-management

CCPH nurses can advise whether you should be tested, based on your risk of past behavior and exposure.  Persons who are most at risk are men who have sex with men, injection drug users, and their sex partners.

We provide a blood test, with results available in 7 - 10 days.

HIV tests are provided confidentially.   Call for information about the cost or to make an appointment.

Phone:  541-751-2400

 

Contact Us

Public Health Department

1975 McPherson, Suite 1
North Bend, Oregon  97459

Lena Hawtin
Clinical Services Supervisor

Email: lhawtin@co.coos.or.us

Phone:  541-751-2443
TTY Relay:  800-735-2900

Medical Fax:  541-751-2654
Main Public Health Fax:  541-751-2653