PATH Center - Program for AIDS Treatment & Health

PATH Center - Program for AIDS Treatment & Health

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Call 718.250.6559 or 718.826.5600 to make an appointment at either PATH location.


For HIV counseling and testing, please call 718.250.6435.


The Brooklyn Hospital CenterDispensary Building, 1st floor
121 DeKalb Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11201


PATH Center
2222 Church Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11226


English, Spanish and French-Creole. Free interpreter services are available for many other languages.


Medicaid, Medicare, ADAP and most private insurance plans are accepted. We will assist patients who need guidance in obtaining insurance coverage.

The PATH Center is the acclaimed HIV/AIDS center of The Brooklyn Hospital Center.

PATH provides a one-stop location with state-of-the-art HIV medical and psychosocial care for adults, children, adolescents, and families. The number one priority at the PATH Center is ensuring the highest quality of care for HIV positive patients in a welcoming and caring environment.

PATH medical and psychosocial staff members carefully assess each patient and develop an individualized care plan that matches the patient’s medical, emotional and social needs.

The PATH Center has active Consumer Advisory Boards for both adults and adolescents that help to guide the development and delivery of services.

The New York State Department of Health awarded PATH the Leadership in Quality Award,and the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene recently recognized PATH for its outstanding quality of HIV care.

Members of the PATH Center team have traveled to India annually since 2005 to provide medical care to HIV patients in resource poor areas.


     - HIV Counseling and Testing
     - Comprehensive HIV Primary Care for Adults, Adolescents and Children
     - Hepatitis C Co-Infection Clinic
     - OB/GYN Services
     - Dental Care
     - Medical Case Management
     - Social Work
     - Nutritional Guidance
     - Family Program
     - Pharmacy Consultation
     - Substance Abuse Counseling
     - Mental Health Services
     - Community Education and Outreach
     - Retention and Reengagement Programs
     - Support Groups
     - Peer Support Services

Dr. Leonard Berkowitz, MD, chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases, is consistently rated one of New York's top doctors.

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Related Information

     - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
     - New York State Department of Health HIV Clinical Resource 

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