The office I practice at is The Jonathan Lax Treatment Center, which opened in 1997 after my organization, Philadelphia FIGHT, and AIDS service organization which opened in 1990 as a place of advocacy, activism and clinical research, realized it needed its own dedicated clinic for the community. As the only stand alone, non hospital affiliated ASO with a clinic in Philadelphia, FIGHT grew to meet the needs of the community it served. In 2012, FIGHT became an FQHC, expanding services for not only people living with HIV but those at high risk. The Lax Center serves approximately 2500 people living with HIV, providing comprehensive primary care and infectious disease care to adults 18 and older living with HIV. Our team consists of 8 clinicians: 3 MDs, 3 PAs and 2 NPs. Additionally we have a PharmD, Pharm tech, two nurses, and a whole host of ancillary staff highly trained to care for our patients. We are a one stop shop with onsite phlebotomy, medical case management, mental health services, substance abuse services, educational and advocacy services as well as dental care.