Denver PTC

The Denver STD/HIV Prevention Training Center (PTC) provides state-of-the-art training in the clinical diagnosis and management of sexually transmitted infections, and in evidence-based behavioral interventions. We also offer program support courses that are designed to improve agency capacity and to increase the quality of services delivered in community settings.

The Denver PTC is program of Denver Public Health, a department of Denver Health and Hospital Authority. The PTC operates in partnership with the University of Colorado Denver & Health Sciences Center with whom we share an interdisciplinary staff and faculty with years of professional and practical experience in medicine, social sciences, health education, and human services.

We are a member of the National Network of Prevention Training Centers which is composed of 18 regional sites that serve the United States and its territories. The Denver PTC clinical training program serves six Rocky Mountain and Western Plains states in Federal Region VIII. The behavioral training program serves 16 states throughout Central and Northern United States, covering Federal Regions V, VII, and VIII. Our program is supported by a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).


Please take time to meet our staff and faculty.

For more information please contact:

Clinical Training
Alex Landis at 303-602-3608 (email)

Behavioral Intervention Training
Alex Landis at 303-602-3608 (email)

Reach any staff member by calling Denver Public Health at 303-602-3700