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Theo Hodge Jr., MD

Theo Hodge, Jr., M.D. contributes to

Port Of Harlem's"Health" department.

Born in Washington, D.C., Dr. Theo Hodge, Jr.'s parents raised him in nearby Prince Georges County, Maryland. He attended college and medical school at the University of Virginia. Following a residency in Internal medicine at Georgetown University / Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Dr. Hodge completed an infectious diseases fellowship at the Washington Hospital Center / Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

On completing the fellowship, Dr. Hodge entered private practice where he focuses on the care of the HIV infected. He holds an academic appointment at the George Washington University Hospital as assistant clinical professor.

Dr. Hodge is actively involved in a variety of community endeavors to increase HIV awareness and has offered his services in public clinic settings to care for underinsured / uninsured HIV infected patients. He is actively involved in multiple speaker bureaus dedicated to educating healthcare providers in the management of the HIV infected.


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Wed, Aug 13, 11a

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659 Peachtree Street NE
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Sat, Aug 30, 12p

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of HIV/AIDS in Persons of Advanced Age
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New Orleans LA
Wed, Sep 10, 6:30p