SEPTEMBER 2019 AHF Facts at a Glance– Key Highlights: Month-over-month changes—AHF clients & staff— August – September 2019: AHF Clients:
- As of the September 27, 2019 Global Patient Report, AHF now has 1,307,820 total clients in care.
- This represents an INCREASE of 24,610 AHF clients or patients worldwide, month-to-month (as of the August 30, 2019 Global Patient Report, up from 1,283,210 in the last ‘Facts’ covering August
2019). This represents an average of 879 new patients per day in June somewhere in AHF’s care around the globe in the 28 days between ‘Facts’ reports.
- A net increase of 15 AHF employee overall worldwide to 6,632 total AHF employees worldwide, including:
o A DECREASE of 5 U.S. staff
o An INCREASE of 14 global staff, and
o 2,354 other AHF-supported staff in global programs (bucket staff, casuals, etc.)
- This report also includes a breakout of the 2,861 clients now enrolled in our various Positive Healthcare (PHC &PHP) Medicare and Medicaid managed care programs in California, Florida and Georgia (page #2 of “Facts”–PHP = Medicare; PHC = Medicaid).
US & GLOBAL & PROGRAMS & COUNTRIES: US
• No new AHF sites opened or were added in the United States in September 2019 GLOBAL
• AHF’s Global program also now operates 673 global AHF clinics, ADDING a net gain of five (5) new treatment sites in September 2019. (8 sites ADDED; 3 sited CLOSED).
AHF GLOBAL SITES ADDED, JULY 2019:
Week of September 27, 2019
Five (5) new global treatment sites was ADDED this week:
- KENYA — Kisli – Gesusu Sub County Hospital
- SIERRA LEONE — Magburaka – Magburaka Government Hospital
- SIERRA LEONE — Moyamba – Moyamba Government Hospital
- THAILAND — Chonburi – Queen Sawang Wadhana Memorial Hospital
- THAILAND — Ranong – Ranong Hospital
Week of September 13, 2019
Two (2) new global treatment sites were ADDED this week:
- RUSSIA — Tyumen AIDS Clinic
- RUSSIA — Tobolsk AIDS Clinic
Week of September 6, 2019
One (1) new global treatment site was ADDED this week:
• INDONESIA — West Java – Hasan Sadikin Hospital
NOTE: three (3) global treatment sites in Indonesia were closed in September.
In closing, we hope you find “AHF Facts at a Glance” a useful resource.