Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome is a range of conditions that are caused by an infection and affects the immune system of a person. The human body is unable to completely rid of the virus HIV/AIDS has. It is a disease that the person who acquired has for life. Treatments and Regular Checkups help maintain the immunity of the person; however, it doesn’t heal him. HIV/AIDS has been an epidemic crisis which has wiped out enormous proportions of Metro Manila. It has been known for its fast growing rate here in the Philippines. In fact, the Philippines has the fastest growing rate of the epidemic in the Asia Pacific according to a report from Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS).There are lots of cases of HIV/AIDS in the Philippines. At the latest statistics by the DOH, 26 patients are diagnosed each day and it does not include the unreported cases of HIV/AIDS. In 2016, 83 percent of the new reported HIV cases occurred among males who have had sexual intercourses with other males (MSM) and transgender women who have sex with males (TGW). Majority of these infections were reported among 15- to 24-year old MSM and TGW, according to Philippine data.HIV/AIDS attacks the immune system by destroying CD4 positive (CD4+) T cells, which is known as a white blood cell that is vital to fighting off infections. It has been known that people with HIV/AIDS have a higher risk to mental health disorders according to the National Institute of Mental Health. It has been reported that a person living with HIV has an increased risk for developing cognitive, mood, and anxiety disorders. People living with HIV are twice more likely to have depression than those who do not have it. There are factors which affect the depression of those who are infected with HIV such as having trouble getting services, loss of support, thoughts of death, and managing HIV medicines.The researchers have come up with the study since HIV/AIDS has been a relevant issue cornering society currently. The researchers want to know and conduct a study about how Philippine hospitals help those who are infected and how they treat other conditions which are connected to HIV/AIDS specifically the patient’s mental health.