HRSA agency leaders are among a group of HHS leaders who shared their thoughts on Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) activities over the past and coming year in HIV.gov's HHS EHE Leaders Reflect on 2023 and Look Ahead to 2024.
HRSA quotes include:
- “It has been exciting to see a year of progress in our HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB) Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S. initiative efforts with over 37,000 people with HIV newly engaged or estimated to be re-engaged in HIV care and treatment. In 2024, I look forward to continuing expanding efforts to ensure people with HIV have the care and treatment services they need to stay in care and reach viral suppression.” - Laura Cheever, MD, ScM, Associate Administrator for the HIV/AIDS Bureau, HRSA
- “In 2023, we honored eight health centers that received EHE Primary Care HIV Prevention funding with the HIV Prevention and Care National Quality Leader badge as a way to celebrate their successful efforts to expand access to HIV services in their community. We look forward to supporting health centers in 2024 as they continue providing critical HIV prevention and treatment services for health center patients.” - Jim Macrae, MA, MPP, Associate Administrator for the Bureau of Primary Health Care, HRSA
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