During the federal grant period, 28,995 patients were tested for HIV. Demographic characteristics of the participants were: 41.9% male, mean age 36.0 ± 14.2 years, 54.7% Hispanic, and 32.2% African-American. Risk factors were: 6.4% MSM, 31.0% had multiple sex partners in the past 3 months, 49.8% reported condom use as "never," 1.5% used injection drugs. Patient satisfaction was high: 88.8% reported learning a moderate-to-large amount of new information about HIV and 78.6% preferred the format which included both videos and an HIV counselor. There were 101 newly diagnosed or confirmed HIV positive patients and 86% were linked to outpatient HIV care; mean days to first medical visit was 7. Positive patient outcomes were as follows: 85% of eligible patients began HAART, median days to HAART treatment was 35, 62% of patients on HAART had viral load less than 400 copies/mL.