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Notifiable Conditions Reporting

Notifiable Conditions Contacts

  • CD Reporting Line (24/7): (509) 324-1449

  • CD Reporting FAX Line: (509) 324-3623  

  • SRHD Disease Prevention & Response (Epidemiology, Immunizations, Emergency Response): (509) 324-1442

  • SRHD HIV/AIDS & STDs: (509) 324-1542

Reporting Forms:

 

HIV/AIDS Reporting
All new HIV/AIDS cases in Spokane County should be reported to the HIV/AIDS Program within three working days of diagnosis (WAC 246-101-101). There are two ways to report a new HIV/AIDS case in Spokane County:

  • By phone – (509) 324-1544
  • By U.S. mail – complete and mail the HIV/AIDS Case Report Form (above) to the Spokane Regional Health District’s HIV/AIDS Program, 1101 W. College Avenue, Spokane, WA 99201.
    No fax or e-mail reporting of new HIV/AIDS cases is allowed.

The HIV/AIDS Program investigates and offers services, including partner notification. Health care providers are required by state law (WAC 246-100-209) to offer partner notification assistance to persons with HIV infection. The state also establishes rules for providing such assistance (WAC 246-100-072).

STD Reporting
Information is available here: STD Toolkit

 

LEARN MORE:

 

Washington State Department of Health:
Disease reporting information – Notifiable Conditions


Washington State Law:
Reporting of selected diseases and conditions to local health authorities
WAC 246-101

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August 18, 2017