The Residency HIV “Clinical Tracks” or “Areas of Concentration” are most relevant to medical students seeking a Residency Program where they can get more HIV training than what is offered in a typical Residency Program and depending on the program may be prepared to care for HIV patients independently or in collaboration with an HIV Specialist. The post-graduate fellowships are one to two years in length and provide more intensive training in HIV/AIDS upon completion of a Residency in Primary Care, which could be Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, or Pediatrics.

Residency Training Track or Area of Concentration (AOC)

  1. Family Medicine Residency of Idaho – Boise, ID
  2. Family Medicine Residency – Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, PA (AOC)
  3. Family Medicine Residency – Lawrence, MA
  4. Family Medicine Residency – Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx NY
  5. Family Medicine Residency – McKeesport – University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
  6. Family Medicine Residency – Southern New Mexico, Las Cruces, NM
  7. The Northwestern McGaw Family Medicine Residency, Humboldt Park – Chicago, IL
  8. Family Medicine Residency Training Program at Family Health Centers of San Diego (FHCSD)
  9. Family Medicine Residency – University of California, San Francisco
  10. Family Medicine Residency – University of Texas South Western – Austin, TX
  11. Internal Medicine Residency – Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, MI
  12. Sutter Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency – Santa Rosa, CA
  13. Yale Internal Medicine Primary Care HIV Training Track – New Haven, CT
  14. Swedish Cherry Hill Family Medicine Residency – Seattle, WA
  15. Swedish First Hill Family Medicine Residency Program – Seattle, WA

HIV Fellowship Programs (1 to 2 years in length)

  1. Family Medicine Residency of Idaho
  1. University of Massachusetts – Worcester, MA
  1. HIV Clinical Leadership Fellowship Program
  1. University of Texas – Houston Medical Center
  2. HIVMA Clinical Fellowships (Variable clinical locations)
  3. Kaiser Permanente Clinical HIV Fellowship, Northern California