Finding comprehensive, inclusive medical care in NYC doesn’t need to be difficult.
These featured providers are ready to work with you no matter your insurance or immigration status.
Caroline “Kerri” Carnevale
Caroline Carnevale, FNP, MPH, AAHIVS, started her career working as a HIV case manager to HIV positive individuals in need of support. Then Caroline attended Columbia University to obtain her RN/BSN with a subspecialty in HIV primary care and also obtained her MPH from the Population and Family Health Program at Mailman School of Public Health. Caroline was a New York City HIV Clinical Scholar following graduation and worked at Bronx Lebanon Hospital in HIV primary care. Caroline presently works at New York Presbyterian’s Comprehensive Health Center and Project Stay providing HIV primary care to youth and adults. She also has recently been working with NYC’s efforts to End the Epidemic by facilitating the start of PrEP/PEP and HIV Prevention Program at NYP for those individuals at high risk of acquiring HIV.
Emmet Phipps is a trans Nurse Practitioner who specializes in the care of LGB, queer, transgender and gender non-conforming people and those living with HIV including the provision of hormone therapy. Emmet has over 11 years of experience working as an advocate, educator and care provider at various health centers in New York City including APICHA Community Health Center, Callen-Lorde Community Health Center, and the HEAT program at SUNY Downstate. Emmet is currently practicing at the Center for Special Studies at NY Presbyterian Hospital and is especially interested in providing body-positive, sex-positive and non-shaming care to all of their patients.
Dr. Alwyn Cohall
Dr. Cohall grew up in Harlem and is committed to helping vulnerable communities achieve health equity. He trained at both Montefiore and Mt. Sinai Hospitals and is board-certified in Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. He is the founder and Principal Investigator for Project STAY (Services to Assist Youth) which has been providing comprehensive, integrated, interdisciplinary services for young people living with, or at-risk for HIV for over 30 years. In addition to the provision of clinical services at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Project STAY has developed a network of over twenty community-based partners to provide young people throughout NYC with onsite HIV/STI/HepC screening and linkages to PEP/PrEP services at New York-Presbyterian Hospital.