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Oak Tree Clinic

An elective for residents who want to learn more about HIV, particularly HIV in women.

Oak Tree Clinic has a multidisciplinary team which includes Adult, Ob/Gyn and Pediatric physicians as well as pharmacists, nurses, Social worker, Dietitian, Addiction counselor, outreach workers, and a Psychiatrist. Residents will learn about the various Antiretrovirals, HIV/HCV co-infection management, drug interaction of ARVs and other medication, and the medical/ primary care issues they need to pay attention to when they see HIV+ patients. They may be exposed to instances of HIV in pregnancy, in youth/children and exposed but un-infected children. 

Elective duration can be 2 or 4 weeks. 
There are no calls involved during this elective. 
Clinic hours are 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday.

Elective Supervisor: 
Dr. Neora Pick, Oak Tree Clinic. 

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