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Dr. Tessa Gomez, MD

Infectious Disease Specialist

New York, NY

About Dr. Tessa Gomez

Tessa Gomez, MD is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and has served as a full time faculty attending in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Mount Sinai Beth Israel since 1996. Dr. Gomez is an ID teaching attending for the Internal Medicine Residency program at Mount Sinai Beth Israel and oversees and supervises the ID Fellows during ID inpatient consultative rotations and HIV/AIDS clinic rotations at the Institute for Advanced Medicine, Peter Krueger Clinic for Immunologic Disorders. Dr. Gomez received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at the University of St. Thomas, Philippines, where she also completed her medical degree. Training in internal medicine and infectious diseases were completed at Beth Israel Medical Center, NY. In addition to attending in infectious diseases, Dr. Gomez also served as the Medical Director of the HIV Primary Care Clinic for Beth Israel’s MMTP at 2 sites for 5 years. She follows a large cohort of patients at the Peter Krueger Clinic and at PACC Ambulatory Care Center, and has a particular interest in the fields of HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C treatment. Dr. Gomez has been serving the HIV community for close to two decades. Please arrive 15 minutes before your appointment time for important paperwork. We have a 15 minute late policy.

In-network insurances

  • Aetna
  • Aetna Better Health
  • Amida Care


  • Infectious Disease Specialist

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Board certifications

  • Infectious Disease (Internal Medicine)

Education and training

  • Medical School - University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, Doctor of Medicine
  • La Guardia Hospital, Residency in Internal Medicine
  • Beth Israel Medical Center, Residency in Internal Medicine
  • Beth Israel Medical Center, Fellowship in Infectious Disease
  • University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Medicine and Surgery (Bachelor's)

Awards and publications

  • Salomón N, Gómez T, Perlman DC, Laya L, Eber C, Mildvan D. Clinical features of and outcome of HIV-related Cytomegalovirus pneumonia. AIDS 1997; 11:319-24 Article: Emergence of tigecycline resistance among multidrug-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae: A nested case-control study. Masayuki Nigo, Catalina Salinas Cevallos, Krystina Woods, Vicente Maco Flores, Gweneth Francis, David Perlman, Manuel Revuelta, Donna Mildvan, Mary Waldron, Tessa Gomez, Sanjana Koshy, Tomasz Jodlowski, William Riley, Jörg Ruhe.
  • Zolopa AR, Andersen J, Komarow L, Sanne I, Sanchez A, Alejandro Sanchez, Evelyn Hogg, Carol Suckow, William Powderly for the ACTG A5164 study team (including collaborator Mildvan D/Gomez T). Early Antiretroviral Therapy Reduces AIDS Progression/Death in Individuals with Acute Opportunistic Infections: A Multicenter Randomized Strategy Trial. PLoS ONE 2009; 4(5):e5575. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0005575.
  • Demeter L, Albrecht M for the ACTG A5146 study team: A Phase II Randomized Controlled Trial Evaluating the Impact of Therapeutic Drug Monitoring (TDM) on Virologic Response to a Salvage Regimen in Subjects with a Normalized Inhibitory Quotient (NIQ) <= 1 to One or More Protease Inhibitors; secondary manuscript (including collaborators Mildvan D/ Gomez T), Site 2851/Beth Israel Medical Center; Grant # AI46370, secondary manuscript 2009.
  • “Pseudomonas bacteremia as an initial presentation of SLE”, Veenu Gill, Jatinbhai Patel, Sanjana Koshy, Tessa Gomez, IDCR (2014),
  • Clinical features of and outcome of HIV-related Cytomegalovirus pneumonia.

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  • English

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Mount Sinai Doctors

Mount Sinai Union Square

10 Union Square East, Suite 3F

New York, NY 10003

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