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HIV Medicine Fellowship - Fellows

2023 – 2024 Fellow

Andrew Kinimaka, MD
Medical School: John A. Burns School of Medicine
Residency: Kaiser Permanente Hawaii Internal Medicine Residency
Bio: Andrew (he/him) is a Kanaka Maoli, born and raised in Honolulu. He completed his undergraduate studies in music at Pomona College. Andrew returned home and worked in a primary care clinic, which instilled the value of compassion and patience while fueling his desire to pursue a career in medicine. He received his medical degree from the University of Hawai’i and completed internal medicine training at Kaiser Permanente Hawai’i, where he served as the inpatient Chief Resident. He hopes to mold his future practice at the intersection of his passions for LGBTQ health, caring for people living with HIV/AIDS, Native Hawaiian health, and medical education. He weaves his time in medicine with playing with his dog and perpetuating Hawaiian practices like hula and surfing. Andrew is excited to continue his training within Kaiser Permanente and to learn from and live among the Bay Area communities.

2022 – 2023 Fellows

Earl Clark, MD – HIV Specialist/Primary Care at KP Richmond
Avani Dalal, MD – HIV Specialist/LGBTQ+ Care at Pride Program, Einstein Health

2021 – 2022 Fellows

Brandon Imp, MD MPH – HIV Specialist/Primary Care at California Correctional Health Care Services
Kurtis Mohr, MD – Public Health Medical Officer, STD Control Branch, California Department of Public Health

2020 – 2021 Fellows

Lakecia Pitts, MD MBA – HIV Specialist/Primary Care at Avenue 360 Health and Wellness
Leah Goodman, MD – HIV Specialist/Primary Care at KP Oakland

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