Rochester Health main logo

Healthcare Directory—Roberto B. Corales DO

Last directory upload November-06-2018

Roberto B. Corales DO

Roberto B. Corales DO

Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine, Infectious Disease

Medical School / Professional School:
Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine

American Board of Internal Medicine
National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners

Dr. Corales is a graduate of Michigan State University's College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Corales completed his internal medicine residency at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City and his Infectious Diseases training at the Cleveland Clinic. He joined the agency in 2000. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and is an HIV specialist. Dr. Corales is the Principal Investigator for clinical trials investigations and has written and lectured frequently on a variety of HIV-related topics including: conference updates, new antiretroviral drugs, novel treatments for HIV, HIV Resistance and Trillium Health's one-stop-shop model of care.

Clinical Interests:

Rochester Regional Health Information Organization (RHIO)


Trillium Health

259 Monroe Avenue
Rochester New York 14607
Monroe County
Phone: 585-545-7200
Fax:      585-244-6456

Location Comments: We're glad you're checking out Trillium Health. You'll find that we're more than just a clinic or a service provider. We're a team that goes into neighborhoods working to stop the spread of HIV through education, prevention, and testing events. We're a community of medical and social service professionals who meet patients and clients in a healing and affirming environment where they can feel supported, cared for, and cared about. We're a special place where you'll receive the best HIV/AIDS medical care, prevention, and support services available today from experts who are recognized worldwide for their innovative treatment therapies, research, and clinical trials expertise. We've now expanded our services to include comprehensive medical care for HIV negative and LGBT communities. The things you loved about AIDS Care have not changed as a result of our name change. The same compassionate staff continues to provide personalized service in the same warm, caring atmosphere you have come to expect. Many of our partners in care are also providing services on site, just as they did before. And as always, patient privacy and confidentiality remain of the utmost importance.

View map |

Go back

healthcare group 1 picture

H2OHero June 2014

Be Brave for Kids PSA May 2014

Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning

Regional Primary Care Network

If you are uninsured or underinsured, or need a referral to a doctor or dentist, call our Affordable Health Line at 585-328-7000. Depending on your income and household size, we can help you qualify for Child Health Plus, Family Health Plus, Medicaid, Healthy New York, EPIC, or the RPCN Community Health Care Plan. If you are not eligible for any of these plans, we will help you identify other healthcare access options to meet your needs. For more information, visit

Rochester Regional Health Information Organization (RHIO)

Look for the RHIO icon for authorized RHIO participants. Rochester RHIO makes your information available wherever you go—from the doctor to the pharmacist,primary care physician to a specialist, or a radiology center to the emergency room. With your consent, your healthcare provider will be able to view your information so they can provide the most informed care and treatment. For more information, go to ...Rochester RHIO. The RHIO icon appearing in a provider's directory listing indicates the provider participates with the Rochester RHIO.



click on a logo to visit a sponsor

American Cancer Society (Rochester)Regional Primary Care NetworkLupus Foundation of Genesee ValleyTourette Syndrome Association of Greater Rochester and the Finger LakesNaiades Oncology Rowing, IncUniversity Medical ImagingRochester Hearing and Speech CenterMended Hearts (Chapter 50 Rochester, New York)