Adolescent Medicine

The Division of Adolescent Medicine provides specialized and multidisciplinary services focused on the health and psychosocial needs of adolescents and young adults, ages 12-30.


Our division has significant experience working in the field of public health. Our faculty participate in:

  • “Youth-Link,” a New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute program that has as its primary objective the identification and linkage into medical care of HIV-positive adolescents and young adults ages 12-24, provided by the Division of Adolescent Medicine and the Pediatric HIV/AIDS Designated Center of Western New York at Oishei Children’s Hospital. This project also cares for youth at risk, including disenfranchised youth and those who are hepatitis C positive, and provides follow-up medical care for those who have been victims of sexual assault and elect to go on post-exposure HIV prophylaxis. Project funding: 2002-present.
  • New York State Department of Health - Western New York Comprehensive Care Center for Eating Disorders, Center of Excellence: 2005-present
  • school health projects - providing management, clinical staff and supervision for three school-based clinics in the city of Buffalo
  • reviewing for academic journals, including Pediatrics and Journal of Adolescent Health

Clinical Care

Our division is part of UBMD Pediatrics, a member of UBMD Physicians’ Group, the medical practice plan for the University at Buffalo. We see patients at the pediatric outpatient centers located in Amherst and Buffalo and provide inpatient consultations at Oishei Children’s Hospital.

Subspecialty Services

  • evaluation and treatment of eating disorders, including obesity
  • reproductive health care
  • testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases
  • evaluation, treatment and referral for alcohol and substance abuse
  • evaluation and treatment of gynecological problems
  • evaluation, second opinions and treatment for complex multifactorial/chronic conditions
  • follow-up of post-sexual assault patients and management of post-exposure prophylaxis medications
  • care for adolescents with chronic disease
  • routine HIV testing and risk reduction counseling and access to an HIV treatment specialized program
  • medical management and care coordination of mental health conditions
  • immunizations
  • functional abdominal pain
  • gender dysphoria

Chief, Adolescent Medicine

Condino, Dalinda

Dalinda Condino, MD

Clinical Associate Professor and Division Chief, Adolescent Medicine

UBMD Pediatrics, Division of Adolescent Medicine, 1001 Main Street Buffalo, NY 14203

Phone: (716) 323-0050; Fax: (716) 323-0296

Email: dcondin@buffalo.edu


1001 Main Street
5th Floor
Buffalo, NY 14203

Phone: (716) 323-0050
Fax: (716) 323-0296