The Southeastern Regional Network of Care (SRNC) is co-managed by the New Hanover Regional Medical Center and Duke Partners In Caring with funding from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services AIDS Care Unit. The counties served in the network are Brunswick, Columbus, Duplin, New Hanover, Onslow and Pender. The SRNC assists eligible individuals living with HIV/AIDS in these counties.
Persons living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) in the SRNC reside in both rural and suburban settings within the six-county region. The SRNC is impacted by factors routinely associated with extreme poverty, including homelessness and untreated mental health- and substance abuse-related disorders. Primary and specialty medical care, medical case management, behavioral health services (mental health and substance abuse), transportation and housing support services are needs identified for PLWHA in the region.
The SRNC works to provide flexible appointment scheduling in both medical and case management visits to ensure that clients who are working or unable to make appointments during traditional office hours have access to care. When individuals are newly diagnosed and needing to access care immediately, SRNC partners will engage Access Coordinators and other staff in order to provide stable connections for clients until an actual appointment is scheduled.
ARE YOU IN NEED OF SERVICES? Please call the New Hanover Regional Medical Center HIV Clinic at 910-342-3128 or the Duke Partners In Caring office at 1209 Market Street, Suite B, Wilmington, NC 28401 at 910-399-6384 or fax 910-399-6413.