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The Southeast STD/HIV Prevention and Training Center (Southeast PTC, SE PTC) is a regional collaboration of nationally respected experts in STI/HIV training and research. The center is comprised of faculty and staff from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), Wake Forest University Health Sciences (WFU), the Jefferson County (AL) Department of Health (JCDH), and the Guilford County (NC) Department of Public Health (GCDPH). Utilizing faculty from each institution we provide didactic and experiential training at two state-of-the-art STD Clinics

The PTC partners with federally-qualified health centers (FQHCs), community health centers, STD specialty clinics, public and private universities, and state and local health departments in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina and local community health organizations to provide training and technical assistance to those who promote healthy sexual and reproductive health practices; offer diagnosis and medical management for HIV and other STIs; and provide prevention counseling to individuals at risk for STIs.

Contact Information:
Southeast STD/HIV Preventive Training Center
University of Alabama at Birmingham, Heersink School of Medicine
Division of Infectious Diseases, Bevill Biomedical Sciences
1720 2nd Ave. S
Birmingham, AL 35294

Phone: (205) 934-3668