I have provided primary care services for men with multiple types of STI to include HIV.
The majority of the patients that I have seen were men who catergoized themselves as part of the LGBTQ population.
I have also worked with local Health departments in their initiatives to offer encourage healthcare providers to provide PrEP around the Richmond area.
Most of the members from the community focus groups were people who considered themselves as being part of the LGBTQ population.
These members of the community at large provided insight into issues that LGBTQ face when seeking routine primary care services.
All of these professional experiences, along with my personal friendships with men that identify themselves as LGBTQ has allowed me to be able to serve LGBTQ patients.
I am not accepting any primary care patients at this time but will update this site when I can accept new patients.
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