The primary lead from the Emergency Medicine side is Dr. Amy Grover, a general pediatrician with a clinical interest in improving care for adolescent patients in the acute care setting.
Other key team members in the Section of Pediatric Emergency Medicine include
- Dr. Lisa Abuogi, a global health trained general pediatrician who splits time between CHIP clinic and the Emergency Department
- Dr. Julia Freeman, a pediatric emergency medicine physician with a clinical interest in adolescent medicine
- Sarah Moultrie CPNP, a Clinical Practice Specialist with an interest in adolescent medicine
- Irina Topoz, MD, a pediatric emergency medicine physician and Quality Improvement expert
- Patrick Burchett CPNP, an emergency medicine provider who also chairs the Culture Call Back team
The primary lead for this project from the Infectious Diseases side is Dr. Christy Smith-Anderson, a pediatric infectious disease specialist whose research and clinical work focuses on preventing mother-to-child HIV transmission and the health of HIV-exposed infants and children.
Other key team members in the CHIP clinic include
- Kay Kinzie, FNP, the clinical manager for the CHIP clinic
- Kim Pierce, PNP, who cares for HIV-positive youth with the CHIP Youth team
- Erin Hilgier, LCSW, who provides social support to families being seen in the CHIP clinic
- Bernie Zarrazola, Health Navigator, who helps link newly diagnosed HIV-positive patients to care.