Georgia Medical Monitoring Project (MMP)

Red puzzle piece with the letters MMP inside bordered by the title Georgia Medical Monitoring Project

The Medical Monitoring Project (MMP) is a surveillance project designed to produce nationally representative data on HIV infected persons receiving care in the United States. It is the only population-based study of its kind to collect behavioral and clinical information on the same person. The main activities include:

  • Maintaining a list of all HIV care providers across the state.
  • Matched patient interviews and medical record abstractions.

Georgia is one of 26 states and cities across the nation participating in MMP. The Georgia Medical Monitoring Project (GA MMP) will produce locally representative data on HIV infected persons receiving care in Georgia. GA MMP will help to demonstrate how care is impacting the health of people with HIV in your community. The data from the project will be used to inform HIV prevention community planning groups, Ryan White CARE Act planning councils, providers of HIV care, and others to advocate for reducing gaps in existing resources. GA MMP will also provide an opportunity for policy decisions, resource allocation, and evaluation of prevention and treatment initiatives at the local and national levels to be based on population-based data.

Medical Monitoring Project Brochure

2013 Interview Response Cards

See Related Files for Additional MMP Fact Sheets and Provider and Patient Q&A Information

Contact Us

Georgia Department of Public Health
2 Peachtree Street, NW, Suite 14-460
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: (404) 656-2462

Program Director:
Pascale Wortley

Principal Investigator:
Jane Kelly

Project Coordinator:
Natalie Spears



Last revised 06/12/15


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