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Tampa 95-95-95 Targets (2020) PLHIV: 7,518

86%

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Source: FLDOH EPI Profile Tables 2021

Tampa HIV Care Continuum (2020) PLHIV: 7,518

86%

76%

N/A

72%

Source: FLDOH EPI Profile Tables 2021

Message from the Mayor

"By working together as a community, we will take critical steps to end our urban HIV epidemic here in the City of Tampa by 2030. Our providers, nonprofits, and agencies are up to the challenge of making real strides to achieve this goal."

Jane Castor
Mayor of Tampa
Department of health

Douglas A. Holt, MD, FACP

Director, Florida Department of Health – Hillsborough County

1105 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, FL 33602

Douglas.Holt@flhealth.gov

Charurut Somboonwit, MD, FACP, FIDSA

Director, Clinical Research and Communicable Diseases

Florida Department of Health, Hillsborough County

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Community Leadership Messages

“As a Florida born organization that is headquartered in Tampa, The AIDS Institute is proud to be in a Fast-Track City to address this public health epidemic. It shows how our leaders take HIV seriously in our community and how important it is to work together with state and local partners to educate and eliminate the stigma associated with HIV as well as increase access to quality treatment opportunities and prevention resources among our residents.”

Mr. Michael Ruppal
Executive Director
The AIDS Institute

“The Hillsborough County Health Care Services Department as Recipient for RW Part A and Ending the Epidemic grant funds is dedicated to the mission of the Fast Track Cities Project as an integral partner, with our mutual goal of HIV elimination. In the interim, we are relentlessly committed to providing high quality, cost-effective, easily accessible, and culturally responsive care that will improve the lives of individuals living with and impacted by HIV.”

Aubrey Arnold
Health Care Services Manager
Ryan White Program

"Despite the advent of HIV treatment, we still have work to do to end the HIV epidemic. With the City's commitment and community partnerships, we will work together to overcome the barriers and remove the stigma associated with HIV. I am confident that we will reach our goals and improve the quality of life of people affected by this epidemic."

Charurut Somboonwit, MD, FACP, FIDSA
Associate Director
Division of Infectious Disease and International Medicine Professor, Department of Internal Medicine Morsani College of Medicine, University of South Florida

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