T. Douglas Gurley MD


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We’re gay, board-certified physicians who specialize in treating LGBT patients. You’ll get the best level of care from experts who understand who you are and what you need.

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 You need different vaccinations than straight men. Plus, you need to seriously consider PreP if you’re HIV negative or the latest treatment regimen if you’re positive.

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We are certified as HIV Specialists by the American Academy of HIV Medicine. We have a deep well of experience treating all aspects of the condition. We won’t let HIV own you.

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From offering gender-neutral bathrooms to using your chosen name, we operate out of deep respect. We will help you achieve the full expression of your identity.

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Here’s How Our Patients Rate Us:

Score Rtg # of Reviews

Top-Rated 4.9 219
Top-Rated 4.5 153
Top-Rated 4.3 67
Top-Rated 4.0 40

Top-Rated 5.0 311

* Ratings as of February 1, 2020


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Our Wellness Blog

Anal Cancer Rates on the Rise

Anal cancer rates have increased over the past 15 years according to a team from the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston. Their research, which was published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, reported that anal cancer diagnoses and deaths from anal cancer have more than doubled for individuals in their […]

New Info Emerges on Cause of Vaping Incidents

If you have been paying attention, you have likely heard of the rising concern surrounding vaping. Over the past few months, it seems like a new case of vaping-related injuries or deaths have popped up every few days, with no end in sight. The CDC reports over 2,000 such cases since this trend was identified. […]

Update on Gardasil Vaccination

Most strains of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) that cause cancer and warts can be prevented by receiving Gardasil, a simple three-step vaccination. Previously, Gardasil was approved for individuals up to the age of 26. However, the FDA recently approved the vaccination for those up to 45 years of age. Currently, we are aware of the following […]

Hepatitis A Outbreak: What You Need to Know

What is Hepatitis A? Hepatitis A is a viral liver disease that can cause mild to severe illness. Symptoms can range from nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, fever, diarrhea, loss of appetite, headache, and jaundice. With jaundice, you may see yellowing of the whites of the eyes and dark urine. Current Outbreak Since June 1, 2018 […]

The Thought that Vaping is Safer than Smoking is Now Up in Smoke

At least 215 cases of severe lung disease associated with vaping have been reported. This has resulted in the both the FDA and CDC issuing releases warning consumers to “consider refraining” from vaping. The long term side effects are largely still unknown, but mounting evidence suggests vapers should be concerned. According to the reports, many […]

Is HIV testing up to par?

Who is transmitting HIV? It is estimated that roughly 90 percent of new HIV infections stem from transmissions from individuals who are infected by HIV but undiagnosed and from those individuals diagnosed with HIV who are not in medical care. There are approximately 1.1 million people in the United States living with HIV, ~18 percent are […]

Dr. Gurley Sets the Record Straight on Anal Cancer Screening, STIs and more

There is some misinformation about our practice regarding screening and treatment of HPV-related anal disease that is floating around on social media. This information is false and harmful to our community. I wanted to take this opportunity to set the record straight and provide an update regarding HPV-related anal disease, as it is a very serious […]

Increased Risk of Cardiovascular Disease in HIV

With the advancement in efficacy and tolerability of HIV treatments, individuals with HIV are living longer and longer. However, despite HIV viral load suppression (undetectable), those with HIV have a higher risk of heart disease. According to a recent statement from the American Heart Association (AHA), “Rates of myocardial infarction, heart failure, stroke, and other […]

PrEP 2.0: How Will It Change Things?

Update: FDA approved Descovy for PrEP on October 3, 2019. You may have heard there’s now another medication on the market that can be used for HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). This medication is called Descovy and is actually an updated formulation of the medication currently used for PrEP, Truvada. In early October 2019, the FDA […]

An Injectable HIV Med?

Maybe you’ve heard, maybe you haven’t, but injectable HIV drugs are the next big thing in HIV treatment. VIIV pharmaceuticals has been working on a combination injectable containing an integrase inhibitor (Cabotegravir) and Rilpivirine (a Non-nucleotide reverse transcriptase inhibitor). The injection would be given once monthly, and, so far, in phase III trials, showed a […]

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