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COVID-19 Vaccine Update,
Delta Variant & Booster Shot.
Oakland Coliseum to Serve as Mass Vaccination Site, Set to Open Feb. 16th. The Oakland Coliseum will serve as a mass vaccination site as part of a pilot program announced Wednesday by Gov. Gavin Newsom and the Biden administration.
At the moment only healthcare workers and those 65 and over are qualified to receive the vaccine.
Watch the video below for an update on COVID and the Delta Variant.
Dr. Jones get his first COVID-19 Vaccine shot.
Jaime’s first COVID vaccine shot!
Stay flu-proof this season! We’ve got you covered with flu shots tailored to your needs.
For our patients aged 65 and older, we offer both standard flu shots and high-dose flu shots!
Protect yourself and your loved ones against the flu this year.
Book your appointment today, and let’s keep you healthy all season long!
Monkeypox lesions are first macular, then papular, then vesicular, pustular, and then crust, with 1-2 days between stages. The lesions are often painful, and lymphadenopathy is frequently present. Notably, the rash can occur on the hands and appear firm, vesicular and umbilicated. A flu-like illness often precedes the rash. Several recent cases had lesions in the genital and perianal areas, some without a preceding illness. The incubation period is usually 7-14 days, and illnesses typically last 2-4 weeks. In Africa, the case fatality rates have been reported to be 1-11%. There is currently no specific treatment for monkeypox, but particularly in the outbreak setting, postexposure smallpox vaccine and antivirals may be considered after consultation with public health.
Notice on Monkeypox
A number of monkeypox cases have been reported and a case has been confirmed in alameda county.
This condition is a self-limited infectious illness without any particular treatment. It is usually contracted by close and direct contact with skin pustules or mucous membranes or respiratory tract via prolonged face-to-face contact.
A number of cases have been reported in MSM or gay men. If you suspect you might have this condition or need evaluation, please contact the office, and request a video tele visit.
On December 3, 2021 East Bay Getting to Zero, along with our partners hosted the (virtual) East Bay World AIDS Day 2021 event.
The event, titled ‘Roses in the Concrete: Together Breaking Through to End the Epidemic‘ drew over 120 participants.
The event included art, music, performances, poetry, awards and updates on five strategic priority areas. See below for a recording of the event, a copy of the live art piece & slides and a program.
Dr. Jones was was awarded the Empathy & kindness award, at the East Bay World AIDS Day 2021.
Welcome to Our Practice
We are a group of experienced medical clinicians, dedicated to excellence in primary care and with special skill and expertise in the discipline of HIV medicine. In specialty practice, we have over 40 years of experience between us in caring for members of the HIV community. We believe in advancing the preventative and therapeutic strategies of evidence-based health care with appropriate use of technology, and strive to keep abreast of the latest developments in this ever-changing space. To that end, we leverage on optimized and modern treatment strategies with a risk-analysis to minimize complications for our patients.
At our practice, we believe in holistic medical care. To that end, we offer a comprehensive general primary care package and screen for and manage highly prevalent conditions such as Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus, Cardiovascular Disease and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) amongst others. We develop goals and treatment plans together with our patients in shared decision-making and adhere to evidence-based clinical practice guidelines.
We believe that prevention is the best cure, and strive to screen for common cancers, elevated cholesterol, HIV and other Sexually Transmitted Infections, and develop a bespoke, customized plan for you to mitigate the development of these conditions. In regard to HIV prevention, we do offer PREP (Pre-exposure Prophylaxis) as well.
In our practice, we treat all our patients with care regardless of race, religion or gender. We are an all-inclusive practice where everybody is welcome, and we especially welcome members of the LGBTQ community. Our specialists are culturally competent and strive to meet the diverse needs of patients from a plethora of cultural backgrounds.
Dr. Anthony Jones
Family Medicine & HIV Specialist
Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Care
STD Screening & Treatment
Referral to Specialists
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Frequently Asked Questions
We are In-Network with major insurance carriers, Medicare, Alta Bates Medical Group, Brown & Toland Medical Group and many additional plans
Please give us a call at (510) 268-1800 to confirm your insurance eligibility and coverage.
We understand that many of our patients work until the late afternoon, that is why we offer evening appointments every Tuesday. We see patients every Tuesday until 8:00pm.