HIV Prevention

Bliss PrEP Program

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For patients interested in the program but are unsure if insurance covers PrEP, Bliss would like to inform future patients that many insurance plans, as well Medicare and Medicaid, do cover PrEP. However, patients should verify with their insurance policies. Bliss’ Care Managers and medical staff are more than happy to assist.

Bliss will soon provide a home delivery testing kit (for those patients who prefer testing in the privacy of their home). Patients are also welcome to do the testing at Bliss, where specialized and skilled nurses are ready to help.