Julie Thompson, PA-C has been caring for the Fenway Health community since 2010. In 2018 she was named Medical Director of the Transgender Health Program, previously serving as the Co-Medical Director since 2016. In this role, she helps to guide Fenway’s multidisciplinary team approach to provide high-quality, informed care for trans-identified individuals, gender non-binary people, and anyone with health needs unique to their diverse gender expressions and identities.
Julie continues to provide primary care with a specialization in LGBTQ health and HIV/AIDS. She is a certified HIV Specialist with the American Academy of HIV Medicine. Julie also performs high-resolution anoscopy and specializes in HPV and anal health. She received her proficiency in high resolution anoscopy (HRA) from the AIDS Malignancy Consortium. In addition, she performs Testopel insertions at Fenway.
She is also core faculty on TransECHO and participates on TransLine, both of which are transgender medical consultative services for health care providers across the country.
Julie graduated from the Physician Assistant Program at Northeastern University and has a Masters in Medical Sciences from Boston University and undergrad degree from Bowdoin College.
Her hobbies include biking, soccer, and adventuring near and far with her family. She speaks English.