Not Sure If You’re At Risk of HIV?

  • Have you had sexual contact? 

  • Have you shared needles to inject drugs? 

  • Did your mother contract HIV or Hepatitis C when she was pregnant or breastfeeding you?

  • Some of the symptoms are: fever, chills, rash, night sweats, muscle aches, sore throat, fatigue, swollen lymph nodes and mouth ulcers. 


The Human Immunodeficiency virus attacks the body’s immune system. If it’s left untreated it can lead to AIDS. Though there is no cure for HIV, it can be controlled if you receive effective treatment. Learn more from the CDC about what HIV is here. If you would like to schedule testing, please call 270-388-4401 and ask for Meg. 

HIV 101

**Are you searching for local HIV Treatment options? We recommend you visit a LivWell Community Health Services location. Learn more about them and their services here. 

All adults should get tested for hepatitis C. Talk to your doctor - it could save your life.

Not Sure If You’re At Risk of HIV?

  • Do you have a tattoo or body piercing from an unlicensed facility? 

  • Did you receive a blood transfusion or organ transplant prior to July, 1992? 

  • Do you have abnormal liver tests or liver disease? 

  • Are you on hemodialysis? 

  • Have ever injected drugs, even if it was once or many years ago? 


Hepatitis C is usually spread when someone comes into contact with blood from an infected person. The hepatitis C virus can lead to Hepatitis C, the liver disease. At first, you can have very mild illness with few or no symptoms or it can be a serious condition requiring hospitalization. If left untreated, chronic hepatitis C can cause serious health problems like liver disease, liver failure, liver cancer and even death. Learn more about Hepatitis C from the CDC. If you would like to schedule testing, please call 270-388-4401 and ask for Meg.