Midway Specialty Care Center

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Daclatasvir plus Sofosbuvir for HCV in Patients Coinfected with HIV-1

Liver disease is a leading cause of death among patients with human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) infection... Read more

We offer comprehensive patient care for those living with Hepatitis C, HIV and infectious diseases. The Specialty Care Clinic is dedicated to bringing our patients the latest in new treatments for chronic infections. These medical conditions, previously regarded as serious and grave, are now considered to be just like any chronic illnesses that require life-style change and life-long drug therapy.

The Specialty Care Clinic will help you live a better life with your disease.

Prescription Medicine Management: Free Home Delivery

Treatment is the path to a healthy life. Please remember to take your medicine. We are proud to work with local community pharmacies that offer free home delivery. Participating Pharmacies

Specialty Care Clinic for Infectious Diseases

Midway Specialty Care Center (MSCC) is a specialized doctor’s office providing excellent care for those living with Hepatitis C, HIV/AIDS, and other Infectious Diseases.

We serve patients from St. Lucie and Martin counties. Read more

Ask your doctor if you qualify to participate in some of the most innovative clinical trials to date for your disease. Breakthroughs happen through research.

Patients' Responsibilities

All patients are expected to be an active participant in their health care by:

  1. Assuming responsibility for certain aspects of their care.
  2. Providing the health care team with a complete medical history including access to prior medical record.
  3. Preparing for their appointment by bringing a list of their medications and any questions or issues that they have with regard to their diagnosis and treatment.
  4. Following the Care Plan that the health care team has developed for them and communicating to the health care team any deviation from that plan.
  5. Contacting the clinic for advice before going to the Emergency Room for non-urgent conditions.
  6. Working with the care team to learn how to self-manage their care.