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For over 30 years, the Johns Hopkins HIV Women’s Health Program has provided comprehensive health care to women living with HIV/AIDS. Our experts offer a variety of services including gynecologicobstetrical and preventative care, community outreach and linkage to other services. We provide community-based, culturally-sensitive and coordinated care to the diverse women we serve. 


Request An Appointment

  • For Pregnancy

    Request an appointment by calling us at 410-502-3200.
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  • For General Gynecologic Health

    Request an appointment by calling us at the John G. Bartlett Specialty Practice at 443-997-6467.
    or the Rockland Clinic at Greenspring Station at 410-583-2900.
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When I got pregnant I was scared. ... [I] didn't know if [I] would get to have my child. I didn't have a big support system, and not too many people knew I was HIV positive. The clinic was very supportive of everything. ... It felt personal. I didn't feel like just a patient.

— Charmaine Stern, HIV positive mother of five and community advocate.


Our Team

HIV Program TeamThe Johns Hopkins Women's HIV Program team.

Our expert team at the Johns Hopkins HIV Women's Health Program brings many years of experience working with HIV-positive women and their families, and shares a long-term commitment to this work and a respect for the community.

Anna Powell, MD., M.S., Director
Jean Keller, Co-Director
Alison Livingston, Nurse Manager
Cynthia Argani, M.D.
Jeanne Sheffield, M.D.
Jenell Coleman, M.D., M.P.H.
Lorraine Millio, M.D.
Larissa Cooley, P.A.C.
Rosemary Ramroop, Outreach Specialist
Letasha Davis, Outreach Specialist
Jenifer LaNore M.S.W., LCSW-C, PMH-C, Senior Social Worker


Looking Back on Our 30 Years of Service

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Learn more about how our program has evolved from its creation during the early years of HIV and AIDS to a leading expert in HIV treatment and care.

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Financial Concerns

No one is turned away because of lack of insurance or funds. This program is funded through the congressional Ryan White CARE Act, parts A, C and D, and through the Maryland State Special Funds. We look forward to providing you with comprehensive and personalized HIV medical care and supportive services. 

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