Meet Clyde Mooreland, a distinguished family physician who has been a stalwart presence in the St. Petersburg community for an impressive span of 23 years. His unwavering dedication and extensive qualifications set him apart, including his prestigious certification as an HIV Specialist (AAHIVS), a credential he earned from the esteemed American Academy of HIV Medicine.
Clyde’s journey in the realm of medicine began with his attainment of a medical degree from the renowned University of Florida College of Medicine in 1991. Building on this solid foundation, he pursued further excellence by completing his residency training in Family Medicine through the reputable Tallahassee Memorial Regional Medical Center’s Family Practice Residency Program in 1994. His expertise spans both urgent care and primary care, showcasing his versatility and commitment to comprehensive patient well-being.
Outside the realm of medicine, Clyde’s passions reflect his vibrant personality. An aficionado of the performing arts, he finds joy in singing with the One City Chorus and is known to showcase his musical talents through playing the piano and composing music. These creative outlets provide a well-rounded perspective that undoubtedly enriches his well-rounded approach to healthcare.