Dr. David W. Lyter MD

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4302 North Habana Avenue

Tampa, FL 33607

Accepting New Patients


Internal medicine specialist focused on primary and preventive care, HIV medicine, PrEP, HRT and STI education/screening and treatment for the Tampa Bay LGBT and general communities.

Does Not Require Referrals

Accepts Medicare

Does Not Accept Medicaid

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About Dr. Lyter


Dr. David W. Lyter MD is a male internist in Tampa, FL with over 34 years of experience. Dr. Lyter is affiliated with Metropolitan Charities Inc. in Tampa. Dr. Lyter graduated from University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine in 1984. He is licensed to practice by the state board in Florida (ME79149).


-University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, MD
-University of Pittsburgh, School of Public Health: Masters of Public Health in Microbiology and Infectious Disease
-Eastern Baptist Theological Seminar: Masters of Arts in Religion
-Eastern University: BS in Biology and Chemistry

Education and Training

Dr. David W. Lyter MD graduated from University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine in 1984.

Basic Information

Full Name: David Wayne Lyter

Gender: Male

Years of Experience: 34+

License Number: ME79149 - Issued by the state board in Florida

Specialties: Internal Medicine

NPI: 1659320158

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Practice and Hospital Affiliations

Affiliated Practices

1. Metropolitan Charities Inc.

1315 7th Avenue North
Tampa, FL

(813) 232-3808

2. Metropolitan Charities Inc.

3251 3rd Avenue North
St. Petersburg, FL

(727) 321-3854


Office Information

4302 North Habana Avenue

Suite 200

Tampa, FL 33607

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(813) 518-0881

(813) 518-0882

Conditions Treated

As an Internist, Dr. Lyter may treat the following 17 conditions:

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