The Wright Center for Primary Care Infectious Disease Clinic (IDC) is funded by HRSA’s Ryan White HIV Grant and provides healthcare services for patients with infectious diseases from across a seven-county area in Northeastern Pennsylvania — Lackawanna, Wyoming, Luzerne, Wyoming, Pike, Monroe and Susquehanna counties.
For more than a decade, IDC has been a critical resource to thousands of people living with HIV. It is also recognized as community leader in efforts to prevent the spread of the infection, and we are thankful for annual funding from the Northeast Regional HIV Planning Commission/United Way.
The Wright Center is the only agency in the service area to provide a full continuum of HIV care, including confidential testing services, and link patients diagnosed with HIV with continuous and coordinated care. Adopting a holistic approach to care, the center also offers support groups and social engagement activities. Our case management team provides many additional services to patients, aside from medical care, including: accessing insurance and assisting with paperwork; providing or finding transportation to and from medical appointments; connecting patients to community and government resources; obtaining stable housing and working with agencies, including HOPWA, to assure patients’ basic needs are met.
We are conveniently located near downtown Scranton and our clinic is in close proximity to Regional Hospital of Scranton and Moses Taylor Hospital. Our clinic address is: 640 Madison Avenue, Scranton PA 18510 (Google Maps). COLTS bus service includes the Jessup and Drinker routes.
Tuesday and Thursday Afternoons
Nurse Practitioner Availability
Monday through Friday
The clinic is closed daily from
Insurance and Billing
The Wright Center for Primary Care accepts all insurances, including Blue Cross, Geisinger, Medical Assistance, Medicare, and more. Co-pays are due at the time of service. Learn more about insurance and billing.
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