Southeast Region STD/HIV Prevention Training Center
Phone: (813) 307-8013
About the Center:
Clinical courses are provided primarily for health professionals in Department of Health and Human Services The Southeast Region STD/HIV Prevention Training Center (PTC) is a joint project of the Florida Department of Health, the University of South Florida College of Medicine's Division of Infectious Disease and Tropical Medicine, and the Hillsborough County Health Department, and recently the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Miami-Dade STD Clinic, and the Fulton Co. Georgia STD Clinic. The Center was created in 1988 in response to Florida's significant STD morbidity with initial funding from the CDC. The Center has been funded by the state of Florida since 1992 and is the only state-supported STD/HIV PTC in the nation. In May 2000 the Center received funding again from the CDC to become part of the National Network of STD/HIV Prevention Training Centers. The Southeast Region STD/HIV PTC offers training for health-care providers in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) including the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).
Southeast Region STD/HIV PTC Staff:
Calvin Doss, MPA
Sandra G. Gompf, M.D.
Jose A. Montero, M.D.
Richard Oehler, M.D.
John F. Toney, M.D.
Todd Wills, M.D.
Donald E. Kurtyka, A.R.N.P.
Training Available at this Center:
STD Clinical Training - See schedule
Other PTCs in the Southern Quadrant:
See Alabama/North Carolina PTC for STD Clinical Training in Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Oklahoma, North and South Carolina.
For Behavioral and Social Intervention Training, see Dallas PTC
For Partner Services and Program Support Training, see see Texas PTC