HIV provider is PCP HIV provider is not PCP Don’t know p - value
Total respondents, n=98 57 (59%) 35 (36%) 5 (5%) -
         
Age, n=98 47.5 (9.9) 46.1 (11.2) 46.0 (7.0) 0.79
         
Number of non-HIV medical problems, n=93       0.28
None 20 (54%) 16 (43%) 1 (3%)  
1 18 (57%) 10 (36%) 2 (7%)  
2 14 (78%) 3 (17%) 1 (6%)  
3 1 (20%) 4 (80%) 0 (0%)  
4 or more 2 (100%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%)  
         
Number of additional medications, n=95       0.23
None 7 (58%) 5 (42%) 0 (0%)  
1-2 16 (46%) 15 (43%) 4 (11%)  
2-3 11 (85%) 2 (15%) 0 (0%)  
3-4 7 (88%) 1 (13%) 0 (0%)  
Greater than 4 14 (54%) 11 (42%) 1 (4%)  
         
Number of additional specialists, n=94       0.74
None 13 (50%) 11 (42%) 2 (8%)  
1-2 32 (64%) 16 (32%) 2 (4%)  
2-3 3 (60%) 1 (20%) 1 (20%)  
3-4 4 (50%) 4 (50%) 0 (0%)  
Greater than 4 2 (50%) 2 (50%) 0 (0%)  
Table 1: Primary care usage patterns. Fifty-nine percent of all patients identified their HIV provider as PCP. Age reported as mean (standard deviation). All other responses to categorical variables reported as frequency (percentage). There were no statistically significant associations between likelihood of a patient identifying their HIV provider as PCP and any of the surveyed variables.