Our mission of improving the overall health of the communities we serve, CHAS Health launched its first HIV clinic in 2000 with the goal of helping hundreds of patients throughout Washington, Idaho, and Montana manage their HIV. Since its inception, our program has expanded to three locations, including our Denny MurphyValley, and Southgate clinics.

Integrating our HIV/AIDS services into select clinic locations ensures our patients see the same friendly faces for all their healthcare needs, including our specialty services. Not only is the quality of our customer’s healthcare important to our staff, but we also care about them individually and see them as extended family. This inspires CHAS Health staff to offer the very best care to every single patient.

Finding a healthcare team knowledgeable about HIV care is important in managing treatment, and CHAS Health takes a team approach at our clinics. The HIV care team is made up of a Provider, Case Manager, Nutritionist, Behavioral Health Provider, and Pharmacist.

Program Details

At CHAS Health clinic with HIV/AIDS specialists, patients will receive the following:

  • Primary care
  • HIV disease management
  • Nutritional guidance
  • Dental care
  • Social services
  • Linkage to case management
  • On-site pharmacy

HIV Clinic Locations

Meet Our Providers with Specialized Training

Dr. Amanda Oropeza

Amanda Oropeza

  Areas of Focus

  • HIV medicine, Hepatitis B & C medicine
  • Transgender Health & Hormone Therapy
  • Addiction medicine, including suboxone prescribing


  • Bryn Mawr College, BA in Anthropology
  • Jefferson Medical College, MD
  • University of California, Davis Family Medicine Residency

Letitia McCully, PA-C

Letitia McCully

  Areas of Focus

  • HIV Specialist (AAHIVS)
  • Transgender Care
  • Hepatitis C


  • University of Washington
    Medex Physician Assistant Training Program


  • Physician Assistant-Certified