Confidential, sensitive, and comprehensive care for adolescent and adult men who identify as straight, bisexual, gay, or questioning. This includes sexual health, STD screening and treatment, PrEP and PEP (pre- and post-exposure prophylaxis for HIV), mental health (counseling and medication for common mental health issues), routine checkups, and more. The office environment is calm, welcoming, and private. Our practice is dedicated to men’s health primary care.
Although the majority of our patients identify as heterosexual, we are sensitive, welcoming, and well-versed in the unique needs of our patients who are exploring their sexuality, have questions or concerns, or have the unique medical needs of gay and bisexual men.
Dr. Freeman has a bachelor’s degree from Brandeis University, a masters in epidemiology and public health from the Yale Medical School, a masters of science from The Ohio State University, and a doctorate in nursing from Duke University. He has been practicing as an adolescent/adult nurse practitioner since 2004. A native of Shaker Heights, Ohio, Dr. Freeman moved to Tucson in 2015 from Tel Aviv, Israel.
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