Jeffrey A. Beal, MD

Clinical Assoicate Professor of Medicine, USF's Center for HIV Education & Research, Clinical Director of the Florida/Caribbean AIDS Education & Training Center, Medical Director, Bureau of HIV/AIDS for the Florida Department of Health, Co-Investigator, USF Hepatitis C Evaluation & Technical Assistance Center
Contact Information
E-Mail: aetcbeal@embarqemail.com
Phone: (239) 839-4645
FAX: (239) 573-3660

Education
MD, University of Missouri-Kansas City, Kansas City, MO
Residency, Internal Medicine, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
Fellowship, Internal Medicine, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK

Biographical Sketch

Jeffrey Beal, MD, AAHIVs is a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of South Florida’s Center for HIV Education and Research. He is the Clinical Director for the Florida/Caribbean AIDS Education and Training Center, Medical Director of the Bureau of HIV/AIDS for the Florida Department of Health, and serves as the Project Director for the University of South Florida’s Evaluation and Technical Assistance Center (ETAC) for HRSA’s Hepatitis C Treatment Expansion Initiative Special Projects of National Significance (SPNS) grant.

Dr. Beal received his Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry and his medical degree from the University of Missouri at Kansas City. He completed an internship in Family Practice and Internal Medicine at the University of Oklahoma, Tulsa Medical College. He completed the Internal Medicine Residency program and a fourth-year fellowship in Internal Medicine at the University of Oklahoma, and then stayed on the faculty where he developed and ran a specialized clinic for Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Gay-Related Immune Deficiency. After 20 years in an academic, clinical research and private practice setting in Oklahoma, he relocated to Florida where he continues working in the field of HIV/AIDS focused in an administrative and educational capacity. He continues seeing patients in primarily rural health department settings where the need is greatest.

Dr. Beal has volunteered in Central America for the past 20 years on various medical missions. At present he serves as Medical Consultant to JustHope, Inc., an organization that provides base community support, including health care services to residents of Chacraseca, Nicaragua.