Communicable Disease Reporting

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Report a Disease

During Business Hours (Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm)

To report an URGENT communicable disease concern during business hours, call

530-666-8645

For non-urgent communicable diseases, please download and complete a Confidential Morbidity Report (CMR) below. The second page of the CMR lists all reportable disease and guidelines for reporting.

HIV/AIDS reporting guidelines are posted here or you may call the Yolo County HIV/AIDS Program Coordinator at (530) 666-8670 to report.  Please do NOT fax HIV/AIDS reports.


 

During Non-Business Hours (evenings, weekends, and holidays)

The Yolo County Health Department is accessible after hours and on holidays at

530-321-3620

for URGENT communicable disease concerns. Please be prepared to provide the dispatcher with your name, affiliation, the nature of the report or emergency and a phone number where you can be contacted by the Yolo County Health Department on-call staff.

 

Yolo County  Health and Human Services Agency
 Communicable Diseases
 137 N Cottonwood Street, Woodland, CA 95695

Business Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Main Line (530) 666-8645, Confidential Fax (530) 669-1549
After Business Hours (24/7) Contact the MHOAC at (530) 321-3620

Yolo County Press Releases             Health Alerts (CAHAN)

List of Reportable Diseases

 

Expand/Contract Questions and Answers

  • Don't labs report all these disease anyway?

  • How does the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) affect disease reporting?

  • How quickly must disease be reported?

  • Is someone available to answer communicable disease questions?

  • Should I wait for lab confirmation before reporting a disease?

  • What diseases have been reported in Yolo County in the past?

  • What diseases must be reported?

  • What is the legal basis for diease reporting in California?

  • Where can I find more information about specific diseases?

  • Where is testing for blood-lead levels available? How much does testing cost?

  • Who must report dieases?

  • Who should get a blood-lead test?

  • Why must health care providers report?