Communicable Disease Reporting

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PUBLIC HEALTH DIVISIONCOMMUNICABLE DISEASE

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 Disease Reporting

Requirements for Communicable Disease Reporting

Who is required to report a communicable disease?

If you are one of the occupations below, and you know of a case or suspect a case of a communicable disease, you are required to report it to the local health department. For more information see California Code of Regulations (CCR),Title 17,Section 2500.

  • Podiatrist
  • Osteopath
  • Veterinarian  
 
  • Medical doctor
  • Nurse practitioner
  • Physician assistant
 
  • Coroner
  • Dentist
  • Medical examiner
 
  • Nurse or Nurse midwife
  • Infection control practitioner
  • Administrator of a health facility or clinic
 
Reporting for Health Care Providers and Lab

Reporting for Health Care Providers and Laboratories ONLY

 

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 Communicable disease  (suspected, lab-confirmed  and clinical diagnosis)

Public Health Division, Communicable Disease Unit

Confidential Morbidity Report Forms:

  • CDPH 110 A: Use this form for reporting all conditions except Tuberculosis and conditions reportable to DMV. 
  • CDPH 110 B: Only use this form for reporting Tuberculosis.
  • CDPH 110 C: Use this form for reporting lapses of consciousness or control, Alzheimer's disease or other conditions which may impair the ability to operate a motor vehicle safely (pursuant to H&S 103900).
 

 Tel (707) 299-1499
 After hours (707) 666-4934
 Fax (707) 299-4479

Reporting for General Public

Reporting for General Public

 

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 Ill after dining out

 

(i.e., at a restaurant, catering company, food stand, etc.)

Environmental Health Division

 Tel (707) 253-4471

 Fax (707) 253-4545