University of Maryland School of Medicine
Dr. Britt Gayle, MD/MPH, AAHIVS is a Family Physician, HIV specialist and an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland’s Institute of Human Virology within a research team examining the efficacy of colocating MAT and HIV and viral hepatitis care and prevention. Dr. Gayle also serves as a suboxone prescriber in conjuction with the Caroline County Health Department, and provides HIV and viral hepatitis care at the University of Maryland Midtown's THRIVE clinic. Dr. Gayle also serves as the outpatient telemedicine provider for UMMS personnel diagnosed with COVID-19 desiring outpatient follow up. Dr. Gayle is also a member of the University of Maryland's inaugural Interprofessional Program in Academic CommunityEngagement (IPACE) Fellowship cohort.
Dr. Gayle trained at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, McKeesport's Family Medicine residency program, where he completed a longitudinal track in HIV primary care at the University of Pittsburgh’s AIDS Center for Treatment (PACT) clinic and the family medicine residency clinic that was started via a Special Project of National Significance (SPNS) grant. Dr. Gayle also completed a global health track that included providing primary care services in Honduras under the supervision of family medicine faculty and two months caring for patients living with HIV under the supervision of the infectious disease and family medicine faculty at Philippine General Hospital in Manila, Philippines.
Dr. Gayle was previously employed as a full-time faculty physician and director of HIV services at MedStar Franklin Square Family Medicine Residency, where he was responsible for coordinating the care of patients with HIV and/or viral hepatitis and teaching the family medicine residents the essentials of PrEP, HIV, viral hepatitis care. He also served as a clinical assistant professor at Georgetown University Medical Center and served as a mentor for medical students participating in the Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship (LIC) program.