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Amy Althoff

Amy Althoff, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine


Department: Medicine: Division of Infectious Diseases & HIV Medicine

Practices: Drexel Infectious Diseases and HIV Medicine

Specialties: Infectious Diseases, HIV

Education

  • MD - Temple University

Memberships / Professional Affiliations

  • Infectious Disease Society of America

Amy Althoff, MD, is an infectious diseases specialist practicing at the Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice in Philadelphia, where she provides primary care and specialized HIV care. She is also an attending infectious diseases consultant at Hahnemann University Hospital. Dr. Althoff is board certified in internal medicine and infectious diseases.

Clinical Services

Infectious diseases, HIV

Affiliated Hospitals

Hahnemann University Hospital

Fellowships

  • Infectious Disease - Yale-New Haven Hospital (2013)

Residencies

  • Internal Medicine - University of Virginia (2010)

Amy Althoff, MD, is an assistant professor of medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases & HIV Medicine at Drexel University College of Medicine. As an attending at Hahnemann, she supervises fellows, residents and medical students while providing specialty care to hospitalized patients. During her fellowship, she served as a tutor for second-year medical students, providing weekly bedside teaching on history-taking, physical examination and clinical reasoning.

Research

Dr. Althoff is a project consultant for research regarding linkage and retention in care for recently released jail detainees. She has previously been involved in research regarding health disparities and appointment adherence in HIV-infected individuals.

Dr. Althoff also serves as a reviewer of manuscripts for the journal AIDS and Behavior.

Publications

(See all Amy Althoff's publications in PubMed.)

Peer-Reviewed Publications

"Correlates of retention in HIV care after release from jail: Results from a multi-site study"
Althoff, A., Zelenev, A., Meyer, J., Fu, J., Brown, S., Vagenas, P., Avery, A., Cruzado-Quinones, J., Spaulding, A., Altice, F.
AIDS and Behavior, DOI 10.1007/s10461-012-0372-1, 2013

"Understanding the revolving door: individual and structural-level predictors of recidivism among individuals with HIV leaving jail"
Fu, J., Herme, M., Wickersham, J., Zelenev, A., Althoff, A., Bazazi, A., Zaller, N., Avery, A., Jordan, A., Porterfield, J., Simon-Levine, D., Lyman, M., Altice, F.
AIDS and Behavior, DOI 10.1007/s10461-013-0590-1, 2013

"State of the Art Care for People with HIV Who Use Drugs: Evidence-Based Approaches to Overcoming Healthcare Disparities"
Meyer, J., Althoff, A., Altice, F.
Clinical Infectious Disease, DOI 10.1093/cid/cit427, 2013

Manuscripts in Preparation

“'No Show Rate' Predicts Virologic Outcomes in a Largely Rural Population with HIV
Althoff, A., Schectman, J., Dillingham, R.

Book Chapter in Preparation

"An Overview of HIV Management in Prisons and Jails"
Althoff, A. and Altice, F.
Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Bruinsma, G. and Weisburd, D., Springer, 2013

Presentations

Conference Presentations and Published Abstracts

"Correlates of Retention in HIV Care After Release from Jail: Results from a Multi-site Study"
Althoff, A., Zelenev, A., Meyer, J., Fu, J., Brown, S., Vagenas, P., Avery, A., Cruzado-Quinones, J., Spaulding, A., Altice, F.
Oral presentation prepared by Amy Althoff; given by Frederick Altice, MD: IDSA Conference, San Diego, Calif., October 2012

“‘No Show Rate’ Predicts Virologic Outcomes in a Largely Rural Population with HIV”
Althoff, A., Schectman, J., Dillingham, R.
Poster Presentation, IAPAC: HIV Treatment Adherence Conference, Miami, Fla., May 2010


Contact Information


Practice Office

Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice
1427 Vine Street
2nd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Phone: 215.762.2530
Fax: 215.762.2531