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Infectious Disease Care

The Maine Medical Partners - Gilman Clinic provides the highest quality preventive care and treatment for patients with infectious diseases such as hepatitis and HIV. Our team includes infectious disease and liver specialists, advanced care specialty nurses, social workers, behavioral health professionals, pharmacists and nutritionists. Together, we provide advanced infectious disease care and personal attention to the complex needs of our patients.

We take an integrated approach to care, working closely with primary care providers and community service organizations across the region to coordinate patient support beyond infectious disease specialty care. We assess each patient's complete medical situation and recommend preventive care, such as immunizations. We also provide access to clinical trials of new treatments options.

Infectious Disease Care Services

  • Preventive education and care
  • Individualized treatment plans
  • Medicine education and management
  • Mental health support
  • Nutrition support and counseling
  • Clinical drug trials
  • Referral to local community resources
  • Pre-exposure prophylaxis (or PrEP) medication
  • Integrated Medication assisted therapy (IMAT)

Conditions We Treat

Contact Us

Gilman Clinic
48 Gilman Street
Portland, ME 04102

Phone: 207-661-4400
Fax: 207-662-6116

We recognize that many people may want to keep treatment for infectious diseases private. At the Gilman Clinic your privacy is one of our highest priorities. Your care at the Clinic will remain completely confidential, subject to state and federal confidentiality laws.
The Gilman Clinic accepts most major insurances, Mainecare and Medicare. Patients may be eligible for our Free Care Program based on family size and gross annual income. People will never be denied medically necessary care, even if they are not able to pay.

The Gilman Clinic is the only clinic of its kind in Maine. We offer on-site educational training and mentoring for a variety of health care disciplines, including:

• Physicians
• Nurse Practitioners
• Nurses
• Pharmacists
• Nutritionists
• Social workers

This training is provided by experienced practitioners in the fields of infectious disease, gastroenterology, family medicine, and behavioral health.

Each month we offer a virtual didactic and case review session to health center sites across the state of Maine. This session is part of the nationally recognized Project ECHO (Extension for Community Health Outcomes) model. This allows health care providers from any location to work with experts in the field on a care plan for their patient. Learn more about Project ECHO.

The Gilman Clinic is also an active regional partner of the New England AIDS Education and Training Center, offering a variety of outreach educational activities related to HIV/AIDS, co-infection and prevention.


Mpox is a rare disease caused by infection with the mpox virus. It is related to variola virus, the virus that causes smallpox. Mpox symptoms are similar to smallpox symptoms, but milder, and rarely fatal.

Provider Referrals

Epic Users: Submit referral directly using Referral AMB code:

  • REF2750

Non-Epic Users: Submit referral via fax:

  • 207-662-6116