Alison C. Roxby M.D., M.Sc. Accepting new patients

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AIDS care, Family planning, HIV care, Infectious diseases, International medicine, Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), Primary care - internal medicine, Women's health


English, French, Swahili


Alison Roxby, M.D., M.P.H., is a board certified physician at the Madison Clinic at Harborview and UWMC-Roosevelt. She is also a UW professor of Medicine, Allergy and Infectious Diseases and Global Health.

Dr. Roxby is a specialist in the care of patients with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. She is devoted to making sure that patients get everything that they need to succeed with HIV. She works holistically with social workers, counselors, pharmacists, nutrition experts and alternative medicine providers to make sure that patients have all aspects of their health care addressed. 

Dr. Roxby earned her M.D. from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and her M.P.H. from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Diseases. She conducts research in Kenya with women living with HIV or women at risk of acquiring HIV while pregnant or breastfeeding.

Personal Interests

In her free time Dr. Roxby enjoys running, traveling, birdwatching, smiling.

Madison Clinic at Harborview

325 9th Ave., 2nd Floor West Clinic Seattle, WA 98104


AIDS care, Behavioral healthcare, HIV care, Infectious diseases

Virology Clinic at UWMC-Roosevelt

Virology Clinic at UWMC-Roosevelt

4245 Roosevelt Way NE, 3rd Floor Seattle, WA 98105


AIDS care, HIV care, Infectious diseases, Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP)

UW - Infectious Disease Fellowship

Fellowship, 2011, Infectious Diseases

Stanford University Medical Center

Residency, 2006, Internal Medicine

Stanford University Medical Center

Internship, 2004, Internal Medicine

Univ. of North Carolina SOM

Medical education, 2003

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Master, 2002


Board Certifications
  • Infectious Disease, 2011, American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Internal Medicine, 2006, American Board of Internal Medicine