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. San Francisco, CA
  10. Family Medicine Residency – University of Texas South Western, Austin, TX
  11. Internal Medicine Residency – Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, MI
  12. Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency, Santa Rosa, CA

HIV Fellowship Programs (1 to 2 years in length)

  1. Family Medicine Residency at University of Idaho
  1. University of Massachusetts – Worcester, MA
  1. University of Southern California  – Keck School of Medicine, Alhambra, CA
  1. University of Texas – Houston (TX) Medical Center 
  1. The ViiV Healthcare/LA DHS HIV Public Health Fellowship Program
  1. HIVMA Clinical Fellowships (Variable clinical locations)