Abby Davids, MD, MPH, AAHIVS
HIV & Viral Hepatitis Fellowship Director
Born and raised in a small town in Ohio, Dr. Davids is a Buckeye at heart. She has a background in public health and social justice, and graduated from The Ohio State University with a dual MD/MPH after undergraduate studies in political science and international relations. She subsequently completed family medicine residency at the Greater Lawrence Family Health Center near Boston, MA, serving a predominantly immigrant population. After her HIV fellowship, Dr. Davids joined the faculty at FMRI, with clinical interests focused on the care of migrants and refugees, global medicine, and the intersection of infectious disease and primary care.
Based in the Emerald Clinic, Dr. Davids provides HIV, viral hepatitis, TB, and refugee care while teaching residents and practicing full spectrum family medicine. She became the HIV & Viral Hepatitis Fellowship Director in 2016, and maintains AAHIVM accreditation as an HIV specialist. She also leads the Global Medicine Training Track with Margaret Mortimer, and joined Dr. Jennifer Cook as an Associate Program Director for the Boise Residency Program in 2019. Since March of 2020, Dr. Davids has helped to lead FMRI’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Davids speaks English and Spanish, and in her free time she loves to explore Idaho’s beautiful outdoor spaces with her dog, Juniper.
Ohio State University
Greater Lawrence Family Health Center – Boston, MA
Family Medicine | AAHIVS, HIV & Viral Hepatitis
HIV, Hep B & C, TB, and Refugee Care