Medical Monitoring Project

Medical Monitoring Project

 

The Medical Monitoring Project (MMP) is a surveillance project designed to gain a better understanding of health-related experiences and the needs of people living with HIV/AIDS who are receiving care in the United States. MMP is an HIV surveillance initiative sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), conducted by your state and local health department, and endorsed by a wide array of national organizations. A total of 23 areas are involved in MMP: California; Chicago, IL; Delaware; Florida; Georgia; Houston, TX; Illinois; Indiana; Los Angeles, CA; Michigan; Mississippi; New Jersey; New York; New York City, NY; North Carolina; Oregon; Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, PA; Puerto Rico; San Francisco, CA; Texas; Virginia; and Washington.

 

For more information:

CDC Medical Monitoring Project Web site

Medical Monitoring Project brochure

Medical Monitoring Project fact sheet

Medical Monitoring Project FAQ

Clinical and Behavioral Characteristics of Adults Receiving Medical Care for HIV Infection