Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine
The Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine offers continuing comprehensive primary and sub-specialty care to young people from adolescence through early adulthood (12-24 years) with transitioning to adult care for those 25-29.
Treatment is available in a variety of clinical settings, such as the hospital-based adolescent clinic, as well as school-based clinics and community settings. Faculty members have expertise in medicine, nursing, psychology, health education, social work and outreach.
- Management of complex medical problems and chronic conditions (i.e. asthma, chronic fatigue, headaches, diabetes, chronic anemia, etc.)
- Physical exams (annual, work, sport, camp, etc.)
- Reproductive health and family planning (i.e. pregnancy evaluation, emergency contraception, contraceptives, screening and treatment of sexual transmitted infections)
- HIV/AIDS counseling and testing, and primary and sub-specialty care
- Project Health Youth Zone at Baltimore’s Gay Pride Celebration, a safe space and youth activities during the annual Black Pride Celebration and National Coming Out Day
- Evaluations and counseling for psychosocial issues related to sexually transmitted infections, pregnancy, substance abuse and depression
- LGBTQ youth services
- STAR TRACK (Special Teens At-Risk, Together Reaching Access, Care and Knowledge) is an interdisciplinary program to address the complicated needs of adolescents who are infected with HIV.
- Youth Involvement. (Community Advisory Board) Clients receiving clinic services are invited to quarterly meetings to provide feedback to the clinic regarding services they receive and additional resources or initiatives.
737 W. Lombard St., Suite 215
Baltimore, MD 21201