Greater Portland Health provides comprehensive care to adults and children living with HIV. Our HIV specialty care is integrated within our medical home, enabling patients to receive primary care, behavioral health, social work, dental care, medication assisted treatment (MAT), PrEP for partners, hepatitis C treatment and financial assistance services in addition to management of HIV.
Are you a person living with HIV?
We need you!
The Ryan White Team invites you to join our newly formed Patient Advisory Council.
Please contact Program Coordinator, Matt Powers, at (207) 874-2141 x 5027 with questions, for more information, or to get involved.
We maintain a close relationship with Frannie Peabody Center, which provides medical case management for people living with HIV/AIDS and can help with housing subsidies, transportation, oral health care, and food assistance.
Shuli Bonham, MD, Ryan White Clinical Director
Dr. Shuli Bonham is board-certified in Internal Medicine and leads our Ryan White/Infectious Disease team. She earned her Doctorate of Medicine and advanced Infectious Disease training at the University of Minnesota, and has provided Primary Care and Infectious Disease care in Maine since 2010. She is a member of the Physicians for Human Rights Asylum Support Network and has been recognized by the CDC and the New England Tuberculosis Consortium with their TB Hero Award. She provides Primary Care and Infectious Disease care to patients at our 180 Park Ave location.
Jennifer Rogers, NP-C, AAHIVS, Ryan White Nurse Practitioner
Jen Rogers has been caring for people living with HIV and viral hepatitis since 2005. A former member of the Maine HIV Advisory Council and the NE Division of the American Liver Foundation’s Medical Advisory Committee, she holds an HIV Specialist certification with the American Academy of HIV Medicine. Jen is honored to work with her patients at Greater Portland Health.