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Announcing Our New Medical Director of Infectious Diseases And Our New Medical Director Of Women’s Health

Fenway Health is thrilled to announce that two of our wonderful physicians will be taking on important new roles starting in January 2018. Dr. Ami Multani, who currently serves as our Medical Director of High Resolution Anoscopy, will expand her leadership role to include oversight of our HIV, Hepatitis B/C, STD, and General Infectious Disease programs. Dr. Alexis Drutchas, one of our Family Medicine doctors and a member of our Hospitalist team, will serve as the Interim Medical Director of Fenway’s Women’s Health Program.

As Fenway’s first Medical Director of Infectious Diseases, Dr. Multani will among other things represent Fenway Health at Ryan White Care Act conferences, oversee Medical Department quality improvement efforts with respect to HIV/hepatitis/STD screening/treatment/prevention, supervise the STD Clinic Director, and serve on our organization’s Infection Control Team. She is a 2005 graduate of Albany Medical College. Dr. Multani went on to complete combined residency training in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Case Western Reserve University, followed by Infectious Diseases fellowship training at BIDMC. She has been an attending physician at Fenway Health since 2011, is boarded in both Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases, is credentialed as an HIV Specialist by the American Academy of HIV Medicine, and is certified in comprehensive colposcopy and high resolution anoscopy (HRA).

Dr. Drutchas has been an attending physician at Fenway Health since 2016. She is a 2012 graduate of Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, completed a Family Medicine residency training program at Brown University in Rhode Island, and is boarded in Family Medicine. Dr. Drutchas is also an avid writer and educator, and her works have been published in several medical journals in addition to the Boston Globe, the Jewish Literary Journal, and UpToDate.com. She is also the Co-Founder and Co-Director of the annual Rhode Island Trans Health Conference. In her role as Interim Director, Dr. Drutchas will focus mainly on working with our Program Director, Tanekwah Hinds, on internal and external women’s health programming that engages staff, patients, and community members.

Please join us in congratulating Dr. Multani and Dr. Drutchas on their exciting new roles!

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