The Health Resources and Services Administration funded Public Health Training Centers (PHTCs) are partnerships between accredited schools of public health, related academic institutions, and public health agencies and organizations. The PHTC Network improves the Nation's public health system by strengthening the technical, scientific, managerial and leadership competence of current and future public health professionals. Learn more here.
Public Health Training Centers:
- Assess the learning needs of the public health workforce;
- Provide accessible training, and;
- Work with organizations to meet other strategic planning, education, and resource needs.
NATIONAL PHTC NETWORK IN THE UNITED STATES
To improve the Nation's public health system by strenghtening the technical, scientific, managerial, and leadership competence of the current and future public health workforce.
|California-Pacific||California, Hawaii, US Pacific Islands|
|Southwest Regional||California, Nevada, Utah|
|Upper Midwest||Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota|
|Kentucky and Appalachia||Kentucky|
|South Central||Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi|
|MidAtlantic||Maryland, Delaware, Washington, DC|
|New England Alliance for Public Health Workforce Development||Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island|
|Midwest Center for Life-Long Learning in Public Health||Minnesota, North Dakota, Wisconsin|
|Heartland Public Health Education and Training Center||Missouri, Kansas|
|New Hampshire||New Hampshire|
|New Jersey||New Jersey|
|Empire State||New York|
|New York-New Jesery||New York, New Jersey|
|Southeast||North Carolina, West Virginia|
|Puerto Rico-Florida||Puerto Rico, Florida|
|South Carolina||South Carolina|
|Tennessee||Tennessee, SW Virginia|
|Northwest||Washington, Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Wyoming|
|Wisconsin Center for Public Health Education and Training||Wisconsin|
PHTCs are funded through the Affordable Care Act and administered by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).