East Bay AIDS Center (EBAC)
People living with HIV and AIDS can find hands-on support, medical treatments, complementary therapies, and educational services at the Alta Bates Summit East Bay AIDS Center (EBAC). Our program is led by a multidisciplinary team of caring professionals, offering you comprehensive services throughout the continuum of HIV disease.
Since 1987, our outpatient program has given primary HIV care and treatment to thousands of men and women, as well as education to reduce the risk and fear of AIDS. EBAC staff include physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, medical assistants, receptionists, HIV clinical researchers, and administrative staff who are all experienced and sensitive to the needs of patients with HIV. Patients also have access to clinical research trials, expanded access to medications, and additional support services.
Sensitive and Dedicated Staff
EBAC staff members are sensitive and dedicated to caring for people of all sexual orientations, ethnic and cultural backgrounds. We have staff on site from several community-based agencies to facilitate access to the numerous services available to people living with HIV and AIDS. Our dedicated staff and volunteers help to improve quality of life by giving support and providing assistance to help patients manage the disease and its symptoms.
- Primary HIV medical care
- Access to clinical trials
- 24-hour availability of the EBAC primary care physician
- Special programs for youth and women
- Advice from expert nursing staff via telephone during operating hours
- Case management
- Aerosolized Pentamidine administration
- Inravenous medication administration
- Support groups
We continue to strengthen and broaden our scope of HIV services in the community as a whole. All of our services are available 5 days per week. Please call (510) 869-8400 for more information or to make an appointment.