Vivent Health Welcomes Dr. Mia Scott
Scott and Vivent Health will enhance and expand services for people at risk for and living with HIV.
Vivent Health is pleased to announce that today Dr. Mia Scott joins our HIV Medical Home team to expand access to HIV and PrEP services to people with and at-risk for HIV. Vivent Health is a nationally renowned HIV health care provider committed to serving everyone affected by HIV.
Dr. Mia Scott will assume the role of Medical Director at Vivent Health, which is committed to continuing to significantly expand programs and services to build healthier lives for Coloradans.
The Vivent Health HIV Medical Home model of care allows people living with HIV access to a large menu of onsite services that include a full-service specialty pharmacy, dental care, behavioral health, case management, housing assistance and food pantry services.
“Dr. Mia Scott and Vivent Health joining forces assures the best health outcomes for people with HIV in Denver and throughout Colorado,” said Michael J. Gifford, President and Chief Executive Officer of Vivent Health. “Dr. Scott is an outstanding addition to our team. Together we will serve more people and provide even higher quality care. Now, more than ever, is the time for people with HIV and people at risk to enroll in care to get all the support they need through our health care, pharmacy and social services.”
Dr. Scott is a leading provider of HIV care in Denver, having been in practice in the area since 2002. At Vivent Health, Dr. Scott will continue her commitment to a personal, humanitarian approach to health care and her current patients are welcome to join her at Vivent Health’s state of the art, brand new location. Dr. Scott’s extensive knowledge on HIV, hepatitis C and transgender care will serve her well as new Medical Director for Vivent Health.
“I am excited to join Vivent Health and to practice in their HIV Medical Home model of care and help more people thrive,” said Dr. Mia Scott, Medical Director for Vivent Health. “I am a strong believer in the benefits of integrated care and by joining Vivent Health, I can be relentlessly committed to improving the health and well-being of anyone impacted by HIV well into the future. We are better together, and together, we can help beat the HIV epidemic.” In recent years, Denver has seen an increase in the demand for programs and services for people who are living with or at risk for HIV. In the Denver metro area, there are currently 10,154 people living with HIV, but only 74% of people are connected to and getting the care they need to manage HIV, according to AIDSVu.org. With locations in Colorado, Missouri, Wisconsin and Texas, Vivent Health has the scale and resources to enhance care for the Denver community through integrated prevention, care and treatment services. The HIV Medical Home model, for which Vivent Health is nationally renowned, is an integrated, patient-centered model of care that helps people with HIV live long, healthy lives.
People living with or at-risk for HIV in Denver, donors and other public health stakeholders who would like to learn more about transitioning their HIV and PrEP services to Vivent Health can visit viventhealth.org.