BA, University of Virgina, 1983
MD, University of Virgina School of Medicine, 1987
Internship/Residency: Georgetown University and Washington Veterans Affairs
Medical Canter, 1987-1990
Board Ceritifed: Internal Medicine, 1991, 1991: Infectious Diseases, 1996
A Washington, DC native, Dr. Hodge attended medical school on a Health professions Scholarship from the U.S. Military.
Following medical school and residency, he served as an active duty Army officer during Desert Storm. After serving his country for three years, he returned to Washington, DC to complete a fellowship in infectious diseases at the Washington Hospitla Center/Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
In private medical practice in the Washington, D.C. area for the past tweleve years, Dr. Hodge is known for his work to promote awareness of HIV in all communities but particularly the African American Gay community.
Committed to excellent medical care, he attends multiple medical mettings a year to keep abreast of the constant changes in health management. He is a strong believer in the active involvement of the patient in his care.
Board certified in both internal medicine and infectious diseases, Dr. Hodge has served as sub-investigator in numerous clinical trials.
In addition, he is the author of many articles and often interviewed by the media:
Miniority Health Today
Port of Harlem
Professional Society Memberships:
Infectious Disease Society of America
Greater Washington Infectious Disease Society
American Academy of HIV MedicineEmail Dr. Hodge