Medical Clinic


Effective immediately, RMC is excited to open the new RMC medical clinic, where our goal is to help every patient achieve HIV treatment success and a healthy life.

We believe in providing you with patient-centered health care and to help you reach your health care goals, build a healthy immune system and reduce your HIV to an undetectable level.

In addition to providing HIV care, our Medical Clinic will provide you with primary care for treatment of your general health conditions and you also will have access to outstanding specialty care for your other health care issues.

Our medical team includes physicians, nurse practitioners and nurses who have expert knowledge of HIV disease and will provide you with the most advanced course of treatment.

You also will be a part of a unique medical home where you will have access to integrated, comprehensive care that works to provide you with all the health care you need and to ensure you can overcome other barriers to health such as hunger, homelessness, stigma, and discrimination.


PrEP is short for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis. It is an HIV prevention strategy for people who are at very high risk for HIV infection. People using PrEP take an HIV medication every day to help prevent infection. PrEP should always be used as part of your overall HIV prevention strategy which should include safer sex practices, such as condoms.

PrEP is a recommended HIV prevention tool for you if:

  • Your primary sex partner is HIV-positive.

  • You use condoms sometimes, or not at all.

  • You have had a sexually transmitted infection in the last 12 months.

  • You have multiple sexual partners.

  • You are a man who has sex with other men (MSM).

Getting PrEP through the RMC PrEP Clinic is simple. Start by taking an HIV test – PrEP can only be used with people who are confirmed to not have HIV. After your test results are confirmed you will receive a health exam from your health care provider. Your provider will then give you a prescription for PrEP for you to get filled through the RM CARES Pharmacy, or a different pharmacy of your choosing.

People using PrEP need to visit their doctor every 3 months to continue PrEP treatment. RMC and RM CARES Pharmacy can help you access PrEP even if you have no insurance or have high co-pays.

Learn more about PrEP at:



Kenneth Greenberg, DO
Medical Director
Phone: 303-951-3694

Dr. Kenneth Greenberg is the medical director for the RMC Medical Clinic. In addition to providing medical care to his patients, Dr. Greenberg is a part of the RMC leadership team and oversees the operations of Denver’s newest HIV clinic.

Dr. Greenberg received his medical degree from the University of Des Moines Medical School and his Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Kentucky School of Pharmacy. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of Colorado in the College of Medicine and the School of Pharmacy and is also an Assistant Clinical Professor at the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine.

“As a physician, I know that often times some of the biggest barriers HIV patients face to achieving health are related to unaddressed mental and behavioral health concerns, not having enough nutritious food, and not having a safe place to live,” said Dr. Ken Greenberg. Greenberg, who is currently in private practice with Denver Infectious Disease Consultants (DIDC), will join RMC as Medical Director. DIDC has more than 30 years’ experience providing care to HIV patients. “The HIV Medical Home is critical to making sure patients have all of their needs met so that they can focus on successfully managing their health.”

Myra Young, DNP
Nurse Practitioner
Phone: 303-393-8050