Outpatient Admission

The Bailey-Boushay House Outpatient Program serves people who are HIV positive and at medical risk, as evidenced by:

Non-adherence to HIV medication, with detectable viral load;
    or Clinical need for HIV meds with repeated refusal or inability to remain on treatment
    or Newly diagnosed with need for support in starting meds
    or Acute opportunistic infection
    or Significant medical, mental health, CD, housing and/or other barriers to potential for success
         with HIV/AIDS management

They must also be:

  • A resident of King, Pierce, Snohomish, Kitsap or Island Counties
  • Willing to have all medications managed at Bailey-Boushay House for at least the first six months following admission (this involves weekly visits with nursing staff)
  • Willing to remain engaged with medical care (see doctor and get labs done at least semi-annually)
  • Willing to remain engaged with HIV case management
  • Willing to pay a monthly co-pay if income is greater than 200 percent of Federal Poverty Level
  • Able to maintain community-safe behaviors at Bailey-Boushay House

For people who fit the above criteria, admission is granted after a referral from the client’s community HIV case manager and receipt of orders from the client’s medical provider. 

Outpatient Program Resources

If you are a person living with HIV or a loved one of a person living with HIV, please call the Bailey-Boushay House Admissions Office with any questions.

Bailey-Boushay House Admissions
Phone: (206) 720-2305
Fax: (206) 720-2328
Hours: Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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Outpatient Admission
Outpatient Program Information
Outpatient Admissions Checklist
Outpatient Standing Orders
Inpatient Admission