“Starland made me feel incredibly comfortable during my visit. This truly is a safe space for our community.”
“Brandon helped me feel at ease and answered all the questions I had. 100% recommend to anyone in need!”
“I don't know what I would have done without the help of Starland Family Practice. Finally, a place who understands our needs”
“The LGBTQ+ community and our allies are in very good hands here! They keep private what I need kept private.”
Brandon Earehart, PA-C
American Academy of HIV Specialist
Brandon graduated as a Physician Assistant from Philadelphia University (now Thomas Jefferson University) in 2001. He has worked in Family Practice, Urgent Care, Emergency Care at St. Joseph's/Candler, and Student Health Care at Georgia Southern University. He has always held a passion for healthcare, especially for those in the LGBT community and those living with HIV. Brandon also volunteers as the Director of Clinical Services for the Savannah LGBT Center.
Raymond C. Martins, M.D.
Dr. Martins obtained his medical degree from the George Washington University, where he also completed his residency and chief residency in internal medicine/primary care. He is board certified in Internal Medicine and HIV Medicine and has focused interest in HIV primary care, LGBT health disparities, and medical education.
Raymond Martins was the Senior Director of Clinical Education and Training at Whitman-Walker Health, where he guides clinicians’ academic development and advocates for high-quality health care to diverse audiences including academic centers, the DC government, The US Department of State, and Congress. Previously, he served as Chief Medical Officer at Whitman-Walker, where he managed direct patient care and guided all quality improvement, academic development, and research activities.