At the Damien Cares clinic, we focus on patients as individuals. Our clinic provides HIV services with a focus on primary, transgender, and high-risk HIV negative care. The clinic also provides patients with a medical case manager, mental health and substance abuse counseling services, and access to Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) and Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) for those at substantial risk for contracting HIV.
At the Damien Cares clinic, our medical staff emphasizes the importance of well-rounded care and will take the time to talk with you about your treatment options, adherence to medication, and possible side effects. Your health is important to us and we want our patients to take an active role in their medical plan by communicating your needs and concerns with our medical staff. All treatment plans are developed collaboratively with patients to promote holistic wellness and HIV prevention.
Dr. Toshkan Cooper is pleased to serve as the Physician for the Damien Cares medical clinic. With a focus on high quality care, Dr. Cooper looks forward to helping ensure patients lead long, health, and productive lives. When he learned of The Damien Center’s comprehensive, one-stop-shop approach to HIV Care and Prevention, Dr. Cooper felt drawn to the mission. Dr. Cooper looks forward educating others and advocating for the cause.
Jeff Kim is certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners as a Family Nurse Practitioner and is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Nursing at IUPUI and his Masters of Science in Nursing at the University of Indianapolis. He began his nursing career as a registered nurse in the Medical Intensive Care Unit at University Hospital in Indianapolis. He later worked in the Pre-Operative, Post-Operative, and Post-Anesthesia Care Unit at Ortho Indy Hospital. Jeff’s experience as a Nurse Practitioner is predominately in Primary Care and HIV/STD prevention and treatment. His professional interests are caring for gay, bisexual, and same-gender-loving men and HIV/STD prevention and treatment.
In Jeff’s spare time, he enjoys maintaining a physically active lifestyle, cooking, and spending time with his friends, family, and his Italian Greyhound, Mia.
Morgan graduated from MedTech College in the spring of 2013 with an Associate Degree in Applied Science for Medical Assisting. She is certified through the AAMA. Immediately after graduation, Morgan began working for an occupational health center. She joined the Damien Cares team in early 2018 and hopes to increase knowledge and facts about HIV/STIs in the community. Erasing the stigma that is associated with infectious diseases is one of her top priorities. In her free time, she likes to paint, bake, and spend time with her family.
Tyson has worked in different facets of healthcare for 20 years. He has worked in a variety of medical clinics/hospitals including family medicine, internal medicine and pediatrics. He was General Manager of an ABA center for children with autism and was principal of a Montessori school for ages 4-16. He has also worked in higher education and was a faculty member for Harrison College, formerly Indiana Business College, and Medtech Institute/Radians College in Washington, D.C. He was also Director of Medical Programs and Regional Training and Development Leader for JTC Education. He has reviewed textbooks for a variety of publishers and was a test bank writer for McGraw-Hill. He earned his Medical Assistant degree from Professional Careers Institute and his Bachelors in Healthcare Management from National American University. Tyson is certified by the American Association of Medical Assistants, American Medical Technologists, and the National Healthcareer Association.
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