The Clayton County Board of Health offers specialty health
services for HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis. The Specialty Services
Clinic is open Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Tuberculosis(TB)-screening/diagnosis (skin test,
chest X-rays, lab work and sputum testing) and treatment/case
management (medication, follow-up and medical consultations).
The county TB Program is responsible for the medical supervision
and case management of all know TB cases and suspects, to prevent
the spread of TB in our county.
Know your status: Take the Test. HIV/AIDS can
affect anyone but it does not have to control your life,
knowing your status is the first step to taking control. The
CCBoH offers confidental counseling and testing for HIV/AIDS.
The Ryan White Clinic
The CCBoH Ryan White Clinic provides comprehensive services
for HIV positive adults, age 18 years or older, including:
HIV/AIDS and infectious disease specialists, nuring and primary
Medical case management
Medication assistance programs
Peer support and counseling
Oral health care
Referrals to regional HIV/AIDS
Referrals to a full spectrum of
medical specialty care services
Medical transportation to and from
The CAPUS website is a state project
designed to address prevention for high-risk negative individuals
and care for HIV positive individuals. This online tool
facilitates linkage to care by providing a portal for clients to
submit information to determine PRE-ELIGIBILITY and CONSENT to be
contacted by the CCBoH staff. The CAPUS website is linked to
a portal where people living HIV/AIDS can locate resources.
For more information about the Specialty Services clinic, please
call (678) 610-7199