UPCOMING CLINIC CLOSURES
December 25th (Christmas Holiday -Observed)
January 1st (New Year’s Holiday – Observed)
January 15th – January 17th                                                                                                              
 

The Clint Spencer Clinic (CSC) is a multi-specialty clinic focusing on the care of individuals infected with the HIV and its complications. The clinic provides state of the art HIV-related primary care as well as consultative care for all of Hawaiʻi’s HIV-infected population.

Mission Statement:

Clint Spencer Clinic is dedicated to providing comprehensive, state of the art HIV healthcare and provider capacity building across the Hawaiian Islands.

We emphasize the following components of HIV care:

  • Basic HIV care including antiretroviral therapy and preventive care.
    Metabolic complications of antiretroviral hypercholesterolemia (high Cholesterol) and lipodystrophy (body fat abnormalities)
  • Interpretation of resistance testing and salvage therapy.
  • Viral hepatitis co-infection
  • Human Papillomavirus (HPV) infection and disease in men and women.
  • Anal cancer screening – including high resolution anoscope and infrared coagulation
  • Women’s health concerns
  • Neurologic problems, including peripheral neuropathy and AIDS dementia

Our clinicians include physicians trained in Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases, Anal Dysplasia Evaluation and Care, and a Women’s Health-Nurse Practitioner.

Through Ryan White Funds, our Clinic retains the services of a Nurse/Patient Advocate whose role it is to ensure that the patient’s medical needs are met. In addition social services are available on the premises through collaboration with the Life Foundation, Oahu’s main AIDS Service Organization.

We accept most forms of medical insurance and do not limit our clients’ access to our clinical services based on ability to pay.

About our clinic name:

The clinic was named in memory of Clint Spencer who died in 2001. Clint realized the importance of research in improving the care of Hawaiʻi’s HIV positive community; as a result, in 1992, he became the first patient to enroll in a research protocol through our Center.

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