HIV Elimination 


About the Department
The Fulton County Department for HIV Elimination serves in a leadership role in the development of a coordinated effort to get to no new cases of of HIV in metropolitan Atlanta.
Formerly known as the Ryan White department, the department continues to manage the Atlanta area Ryan White Part A grants representing millions in annual federal funding each year. These funds are used to improve the availability and quality of core medical services and support services for low-income, uninsured, and under insured individuals and families affected by HIV in the 20-County Atlanta Eligible Metropolitan Area (EMA).
The department is planning for the start-up of a new program beginning in 2020 as part of the US Government’s “Ending the Epidemic: A Plan for America”. This initiative will bring additional resources to support the department’s work in Fulton, Cobb, DeKalb and Gwinnett Counties to reduce the number of new HIV cases.  
The Department of HIV Elimination is also bringing together individuals and organizations from across the region to develop a plan to meet community needs, building upon the work of Fulton County's HIV Task Force and the Metropolitan Atlanta HIV Health Services Planning Council.

We are measuring the quarterly percentage of funds expended by Fulton County as the recipient of funding as well as expenditures by the subrecipients we fund


We are measuring the percentage of invoices received from sub-recipients processed by the Ryan White Program within 7 days. This is measured from the date of receipt of an accurate and complete invoice from a sub-recipient to the date of entry of the receiver into AMS.





This measurement quantifies the total revenue collected at the airport (e.g., lease payments, fuel sales) normalized over the number of aircraft operations that occurred at the airport. Each take-off or landing is considered a single aircraft operation.