Community Medical Centers, Inc.

Early Intervention Services (EIS) Program

(209) 414-5714 (Private Text Message or Voicemail Line)
(209) 414-1620 (Private Voicemail/Main EIS Program Line)
(209) 598-2801 (Program Manager iPhone (Call or Text))
(209) 944-4795

All patients living with HIV and receiving health care services Community Medical Centers, Inc. must complete:

  • Annual screening
  • Patient feedback survey

...per federal Ryan White Part C EIS grant program requirements (regardless of payer source).

Those needing financial assistance due to insurance or income limitations must complete enrollments for:

  • Medical (including lab tests)
  • Pharmacy assistance

...(in addition to the screening and survey).

The following documentation will be needed:

  1. Proof of identification
  2. Proof of HIV diagnosis
  3. Proof of living in the San Joaquin County area
  4. Current medical insurance card (if applicable) or proof of denial from Medi-Cal
  5. Proof of current income (within last 90 days)

EIS Program staff meet in person to validate proof of identification, review documentation, and obtain signatures for initial intake. Telehealth face to face or telephone appointments are possible after completion of initial intake and health assessment with HIV treatment prescriber.

Medi-Cal, Medicare, or Covered CA Blue Cross insurance accepted. No insurance? Low or no income? Sliding Fee Scale and drug assistance program offered. No patient will be denied medical services due to inability to pay.

Early Intervention Services (EIS) Program has been providing quality, outpatient health care for treatment and support services to people living with HIV/AIDS and their affected household members in Stockton and throughout San Joaquin County for over 25 years.

Early Intervention Services (EIS) Program offers the following:

  • HIV screening is FREE and offered as part of routine health care services at CMC. Ask your provider to add this test to your lab order; then, complete the blood draw at a Quest draw station. CMC conveniently has draw stations at 701 Channel St. and 7912 West Ln. #221 in Stockton AND 2151 W. Grant Line Rd. in Tracy. EIS Program is giving out free self-test kits while supplies last.
  • Coordinates care and treatment for Hepatitis C.

Services include a variety of outpatient clinical and non-medical care to retain people with HIV in treatment to become and stay undetectable (the level of HIV in the body is so low that it is untransmittable to another person through sexual activity). According to the World Health Organization, HIV infection has become a chronic disease, and people with HIV are surviving, aging, and requiring lifelong care and treatment.

As a certified AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) enrollment site, EIS program staff also assist with Health Insurance Premium Payment (HIPP) and PrEP Assistance programs. Confidentiality, Privacy, and Security are extremely important to us.

Whether you are newly diagnosed, treatment-experienced, have been out of care, or are new to the geographic area, EIS can help navigate you towards viral load suppression. Call or text 209-414-5714 Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. We are closed on weekends and holidays. If you are a patient and need to reach the on-call after-hours medical provider, call 209-636-5400.

Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Closed on weekends and holidays.
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CMC-701 Channel
701 E. Channel Street
Stockton, CA  95202
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CMC-747 Channel
747 E. Channel Street
Stockton, CA  95202
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CMC-Gleason House
423 S. San Joaquin St.
Stockton, CA  95203
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2401 W. Turner Rd.
Ste. 450
Lodi, CA  95242
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CMC-Tracy Grant Line
2151 W. Grant Line Road
Tracy, CA  95377
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