Whole Person



We provide complete, personalized care to help you live your longest, best life.
  • Primary Care

    Preventive care and routine physicals

    Diagnostic services and treatment

    LGBTQ+ primary care


    Chronic disease management

    Referrals to specialist

    Same-day sick visits

  • Specialized HIV Care

    Medication therapy and side effect management

    Treatment of HIV-related conditions

    Integrated primary care

    Individual treatment plans to address drug resistance

  • Gender Affirming Care

    Primary care

    Gender affirming hormone therapy

    Culturally humble gynecology care

    Sexual health screenings and treatment

    HIV treatment and prevention

    Name & Gender Change Legal Clinics

  • Women’s Health

    Annual exams

    Cervical exams and pap smears

    Birth control

We want to see you when you are not feeling well. We also want to see you when you’re healthy, so we can work together to keep you that way!

Whole person care is for your body and your mind. Our therapists and psychiatric nurse practitioners attend to your emotional and mental well-being.

Our full-service pharmacies can fill, renew, and transfer your prescriptions. Our pharmacists can help you manage chronic health conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, lung disease, HIV, depression, and anxiety.
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • PrEP Access and Counseling
  • Competitive Pricing for those who are uninsured or underinsured
  • Patient Assistance Program* *For those who qualify
  • Refill Reminders By Phone, Text, or Email
  • Free Delivery To Patients Living in Ohio (some restrictions apply)
  • Refills by Phone or Online
100% of profits reinvested in Equitas Health programs and services.

Pharmacy Resources

Our HIV Health & Housing advocates help you stay connected to your providers and access community and government resources, including housing, transportation, and food. Find out if you qualify for:
  • Medical Case Management
  • Short & Long Term Housing Assistance

Our staff is here to help you manage the paperwork, scheduling, and cost of your care. We take the extra step to connect you to programs that help pay for your treatment.
  • Assistance Scheduling Doctor Visits
  • Assistance Researching Health Conditions
  • Help Enrolling in Financial Assistance Programs
  • Help Enrolling in Health Insurance (Medicaid, Medicare, Ryan White, Marketplace)



King Lincoln Medical Center

750 E. Long St., Suite 3000
Columbus, OH 43203
Medical Center: (614) 340-6700
Pharmacy: (614) 300-2334

Short North Medical Center

1033 N. High St.
Columbus, OH 43201
Medical Center: (614) 340-6777
Pharmacy: (614) 340-6776

Cincinnati Medical Center

2805 Gilbert Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45206
Medical Center: (513) 815-4475
Pharmacy: (513) 978-5858

Dayton Medical Center

1222 S. Patterson Blvd., Suite 230
Dayton, OH 45402
Medical Center: (937) 853-3650
Pharmacy: (937) 424-1440


Affordable Care


We accept most insurance plans, including Medicaid, Medicare, and Ryan White.

  • We will ask for your co-pay when you check-in for your visit.
  • You can pay with a check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover Card, or cash.

If you have questions about payments or bills, please contact our billing
staff at (614)-299-2437.

Sliding Fee Scale

If you are uninsured or underinsured, you may qualify for our sliding fee scale. Discounted care is based on federal poverty levels, income, and the number of dependents in your household. Our financial counselors can help you apply for discounted care.