HIV/AIDS (Human Immunodeficiency Virus / Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) haslong been an issue along with the continued attention of various circles around the world, especiallythe health sector. The purpose of this study was to determine the characteristics of the relationship withthe health workers in health centers stigma on people living with HIV Talun Blitar regency. This studyused a cross-sectional study design with a population of 36 respondents that all the research sample.Collecting data using questionnaires. Analysis of data using statistical test Pearson and Spearman rhocorrelation with p 0.05. There is no relationship between education and stigma on people living withHIV, with a value of p = 0.367 in Spearman rho correlation test. There is a relationship between longworking with the stigma on people living with HIV, with p = 0.046 in correlatioan Pearson test. Thereis a relationship between knowledge of HIV/AIDS stigma on people living with HIV, with p = 0.035 incorrelatioan Pearson test. Need more attention from policy makers at government level for programs ofprevention of transmission of HIV/AIDS among health workers, by providing a uniform and continuoustraining to all health workers.