HCV Can Be Cured illustration of the Hep C virus inside a right-facing arrowConnect your patients to cure by making a prompt, quality referral to a treatment provider or by treating chronic Hep C in your practice.

Cure, or sustained virologic response (SVR12), is defined as undetectable levels of HCV in the blood at 12 weeks after completion of therapy.1,2

Find a provider.

Connect your patient with a Hep C specialist for treatment by entering the city, state, or zip code.

Terms and Conditions

Gilead Sciences is providing this information to help you find Hep C Specialists that may be the best fit for your patients.

No fees have been received or paid by healthcare providers for participation in this locator service. Inclusion of a healthcare provider in this directory does not represent an endorsement by or a recommendation from Gilead Sciences, nor does it reflect an endorsement by the provider of Gilead Sciences or Gilead Sciences products.

You are ultimately responsible for the selection of a healthcare provider, and it is an important decision that you should consider carefully. This Hep C Specialist locator tool is just one source of information available to you. All healthcare provider information is self reported or provided by a publicly available third-party source.

For your consideration

Follow up after your patient’s first appointment.

24-57% of Hep C patients miss their first appointment with a treatment provider.3 Consider assigning a patient navigator or care coordinator to assist with follow-up.