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  • Title: Home - Communicable Disease Control and Prevention, San Francisco Department of Public Health
    Descriptive info: .. Search the site.. Home.. About Us.. Contact Us.. Publications.. Privacy Policy.. Disease Reporting.. and Control.. 24/7 Disease.. Reporting.. Influenza Reporting.. Frequently Requested.. Numbers.. Reportable Diseases.. Who Should.. Report.. Title 17,.. Section 2500.. Unusual Conditions.. Why Report.. Healthy Habits.. Clean Your.. Hands.. Cover Your.. Cough/Sneeze.. Stay Home.. Sick.. Infection Control.. For Practitioners.. For Facilities.. Disease Control.. Projects.. Chronic Hepatitis.. Registry.. Infect Me.. Not.. Immunizations.. Vaccines You.. Need.. Adults.. Children.. Adolescents.. Where to.. Get Immunized.. Vaccine Safety.. Resources.. Materials.. Vax Fax:.. Vaccine Updates.. Immunization Links.. Immunization Registry.. Request Materials.. Provider Regulations.. Schools and.. Child Care.. Medical Providers.. Immunization News.. and Updates.. Immunization Programs.. Flu Vaccine.. Program.. Hepatitis Programs.. Vaccines for.. Children.. San Francisco.. Immunization Coalition.. IMMUNITY Campaign.. Emergency Mass.. Prophylaxis.. AITC Immunization.. Travel Clinic.. International Travelers.. Polio Outbreak,.. China.. Public Campaign.. to Promote Travelers Health.. Immunization.. Testing.. Yellow Fever.. Vaccine FAQ.. Contact.. Visit Us.. Prices.. Deals.. Vaccine Deals.. Eligibility.. Services for.. Businesses.. Links.. Forms.. Infectious Disease.. Emergencies.. Prepare.. Health Alerts.. Register for.. Plan.. Emergency Exercises.. Clinician Emergency.. Guide.. Recognizing Bioterrorism.. Programs and.. Activities.. Bay Area Advanced Practice Center.. A to Z.. Diseases A.. to C.. Anthrax.. Botulism.. Brucellosis.. Burkholderia.. Coronavirus.. Diseases D.. to K.. E.. Coli.. Infections.. Flu (Influenza).. 2013-14 Influenza.. Season Updates.. H1N1 Swine.. Flu.. H5N1 Avian.. Influenza.. H7N9 Avian.. Hepatitis A.. Hepatitis B.. Hepatitis C.. Diseases L.. to R.. Lyme Disease.. Measles.. Meningococcal Disease.. Middle East.. Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV).. MRSA.. Norovirus.. Pandemic Influenza.. Pertussis.. Plague.. Rabies.. Diseases S.. to Z.. Smallpox.. Swine Flu.. Tularemia.. Vibrio Infections.. Viral Gastroenteritis.. Viral Hemorrhagic.. Fever.. West Nile.. Virus.. Whooping Cough.. Wound Botulism.. Vaccine Preventable.. Germs.. Bioterrorism Agents.. We prevent the spread of disease in San Francisco by investigating cases and outbreaks, promoting vaccination, and planning for infectious disease emergencies.. Learn more about what we do.. Information for the 2013-14 Influenza Season.. Influenza vaccination is recommended for everyone age 6  ...   by: (a) washing hands before and after handling raw poultry; (b) washing all utensils and cutting boards with soap and water before using them on other food items, and (c) cooking chicken to a minimum internal temperature of 165 F, as measured with a food thermometer.. Outbreak Information.. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Foster Farms-brand chicken is the most likely source of a Salmonella Heidelberg outbreak.. As of October 17, 2013, a total of 338 persons infected with Salmonella Heidelberg have been reported from 20 states and Puerto Rico, with the highest percentage of ill persons (75%) being reported in California.. (.. CDC.. ).. Costco Recall.. Ready-to-eat rotisserie chicken products sold at the Costco warehouse store in South San Francisco from September 11, 2013 through October 15, 2013 are are being recalled due to their possible contamination with Salmonella Heidelberg.. Persons should discard, and not eat or handle any remaining products, and can call Costco at 1-800-774-2678 to request further information.. For more information please visit the.. USDA recall page.. Promoting Healthier International Travel.. Many travelers head overseas without the protection of effective vaccines or medications to prevent common, debilitating, and life-threatening diseases such as malaria and viral hepatitis.. The San Francisco Department of Public Health is sponsoring a local public awareness campaign to encourage international travelers to visit a travel medicine specialist prior to departure.. Read more.. If your health system does not offer a travel medicine specialist, the.. AITC Immunization Travel Clinic.. is open to the public.. Quick Links.. Report a Disease.. AITC Immunization and Travel Clinic.. Vax Fax - Vaccine Updates.. Pertussis (Whooping Cough).. Other Programs.. TB Services.. HIV/AIDS Services.. STD Services.. SF Dept of Public Health Home.. |.. SF City County Home.. Copyright 1998 - 2014, Department of Public Health, City and County of San Francisco.. |.. Sitemap..

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  • Title: About Us - Communicable Disease Control and Prevention, San Francisco Department of Public Health
    Descriptive info: /.. San Francisco Department of Public Health.. Communicable Disease Control Prevention Section.. The Communicable Disease Control and Prevention Section, part of the.. ,.. works closely with community members, clinicians, and city, state, and private organizations to protect the health of San Franciscans and our visitors.. To control and prevent the spread of disease we support community.. immunization programs.. , clinician education and training, and.. emergency preparedness.. We.. monitor communicable disease outbreaks, alert clinicians to public health threats, investigate cases, and address  ...   San Francisco residents and its visitors by tracking reports of over.. 80 reportable diseases and conditions.. investigating cases and contacts.. , and.. recommending public health actions.. to control the spread of disease.. Communicable Disease Prevention Unit.. The Communicable Disease Prevention Unit works to prevent communicable diseases and promote vaccines across the lifespan for all San Franciscans.. Our program's primary areas of emphasis include.. childhood, adolescent.. and.. adult immunizations.. ;.. outreach and education.. ; and.. vaccine distribution to eligible public and non-profit providers..

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  • Title: Contact Us - Communicable Disease Control and Prevention, San Francisco Department of Public Health
    Descriptive info: Contact Information.. 101 Grove Street.. San Francisco, CA 94102.. General telephone number:.. (415) 554-2500.. General web page.. :.. www.. sfdph.. org.. Communicable Disease Control Prevention.. 101 Grove Street, Room 408.. (415) 554-2830 tel.. (415) 554-2848 fax.. Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response.. 30 Van Ness Ave, Suite 2300.. (415) 558-5949 tel.. (415) 558-5991 fax.. Other contact information.. Disease Reporting Numbers.. Frequently Requested Numbers.. Report problems with this site to the webmaster:.. cdcpwebmaster.. dph@sfdph..

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  • Title: Publications - Communicable Disease Control and Prevention, San Francisco Department of Public Health
    Descriptive info: Health Alerts, Advisories, and Updates.. Vax Fax: Vaccine Updates.. Reports.. Annual Report of Communicable Diseases in San Francisco 2010, May 2012 [.. PDF.. ].. Chronic Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C Infection Surveillance Report 2010, San Francisco, February 2012 [.. Annual Report of Communicable Diseases in San Francisco 2009, January 2011 [.. Registry Match: Chronic Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C Infection and HIV 2010, San Francisco, California [.. Influenza-Related Hospitalizations in San Francisco for the 2009-2010 Influenza Season, January 2011 [.. Chronic Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C Infection Surveillance Report 2009, San Francisco, October 2010 [.. Annual Report of Communicable Diseases in San Francisco 2008, January 2010 [.. Evaluation of the Impact of Electronic Reporting on the Completeness of Data, May 1, 2008 - June 30, 2009, San Francisco, December 2009 [.. Chronic Hepatitis B Surveillance Report, 2007-2008, San Francisco, September 2009 [.. ].. Annual Report of Communicable Diseases in San Francisco 2007, December 2008 [.. Annual Report of Communicable Diseases in San Francisco 2006, January 2008 [.. Annual Report of Communicable Diseases in San Francisco 2004-2005, August 2006 [.. San Francisco Communicable Disease Report 1986-2003, May 2005 [.. PDF].. Biohazard Detection System (BDS) Alert Response Exercise Summary, Jan 2006 [.. Building A Healthier San Francisco: 2004 Community Health Assessment [.. Posters.. Avian Influenza Planning: Decision-Making Matrices for Epidemiology and Surveillance Activities, Feb 2007 [.. The Clinician and Health Department Partnership Project, Feb 2007 [.. Epidemiology and Disease Control Go-Kits, Feb 2007 [.. Pandemic Flu Planning Preparedness Activities in San Francisco, Feb 2007 [.. San Francisco Community-Associated MRSA Pediatric Sentinel Surveillance 2005-2006 [.. San Francisco's Isolation Quarantine Planning, Feb 2007 [.. Strategies and Tools for Evaluating a Full-Scale Mass Prophylaxis Exercise: The San Francisco Experience, Feb 2007 [.. Completeness of Active and Passive Surveillance in San Francisco [.. Campylobacteriosis Surveillance in San Francisco, 2006 [.. Bulletins.. Community Health and Safety Bulletin, June/July 2004 [.. Community Health and Safety Bulletin, October 2002 [.. Articles.. Foodborne/Gastrointestinal Illnesses:.. Complaints of foodborne illness in San Francisco, California.. ,.. 1998.. Samuel MC, Portnoy D, Tauxe RV, Angulo FJ, Vugia DJ.. J Food Prot.. 2001;64(8):1261-4.. Endemic cryptosporidiosis and exposure to  ...   Diseases, 2003;37:1384-1388.. Population dynamics of nasal strains of methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus--and their relation to community-associated disease activity.. Pan ES, Diep BA, Charlebois ED, Auerswald C, Carleton HA, Sensabaugh GF, Perdreau-Remington F.. J Infect Dis.. 2005 Sep 1;192(5):811-8.. Epub 2005 Aug 2.. Bioterrorism.. Anthrax in the Air?.. Chan C, Pan E, San Francisco Medicine June/July 2005 [.. Logistics of smallpox control through ring vaccination: a stochastic network model.. Porco TC, Holbrook K, Fernyak SE, Portnoy D, Reiter R, Aragón TJ.. BMC Public Health 2004, 4:34.. [.. Risks of serious complications and death from smallpox vaccination: a systematic review of the United States experience, 1963-1968.. Aragón TJ, Ulrich S, Fernyak S, Rutherford GW.. 2003 Aug 11;3(1):26.. The risks and benefits of pre-event smallpox vaccination: where you stand depends on where you sit.. Aragón TJ, Fernyak SE.. Ann Emerg Med.. 2003 Nov;42(5):681 [.. Miscellaneous.. Knowledge of hepatitis B risk factors and prevention practices among individuals chronically infected with hepatitis B in San Francisco, California.. Nishimura A, Shiono P, Stier D, Shallow S, Sanchez M, Huang S.. Journal of Community Health.. 2011.. DOI.. 10.. 1007/s10900-011-9430-2.. On the Frontline: San Francisco Physicians Serve as Primary Sources for Disease Detectives.. Huang S, San Francisco Medicine March 2007 [.. Public Health Update: Preparing for Pandemic Influenza.. Bruch O, Holbrook K, San Francisco Medicine July 2006 [.. Outbreaks of of noscomial group A streptococcal infections associated with asymptomatic health care workers - Maryland and California, 1997.. CDC, Reported by Aragón T, Katz M, Mintz L, Waterman S, Lacey T, Bradshaw D, Sanders M, Dwyer D.. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 1999;48(8):163-166.. Risk of infection from needle reuse at a phlebotomy center.. Porco TC, Aragon TJ, Fernyak SE, Cody SH, Vugia DJ, Katz MH, Bangsberg DR.. Am J Public Health.. 2001;91(4):636-8.. Use of preventive services by managed care enrollees: an updated perspective.. Phillips KA, Fernyak S, Potosky AL, Schauffler HH, Egorin M.. Health Aff (Millwood).. 2000 Jan-Feb;19(1):102-16.. Viral infections of the fetus and newborn.. Pan E, Cole FS, Weintrub P.. In Taeusch HW, Ballard RA, Gleason CA.. (eds.. ): Avery's Diseases of the Newborn, 8th edition.. Philadelphia, Harcourt Health Sciences, 2005..

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  • Title: Privacy Policy - Communicable Disease Control and Prevention, San Francisco Department of Public Health
    Descriptive info: The San Francisco Department of Public Health Communicable Disease Control and Prevention (SFDPH/CDCP) section respects the privacy of every individual who visits the SFDPH/CDCP web site.. This Privacy Policy outlines the information SFDPH/CDCP will collect and how we will use that information.. Personally-Identifiable Information.. The CDCP website will not collect any personally-identifiable information about you unless you provide it to us voluntarily.. SFDPH/CDCP adheres to all HIPAA regulations and will not sell, lease, or share your information to third parties.. Personal information you provide to us when signing up for.. or by corresponding with our staff will be used to:.. Provide you with important and timely health information.. Contact you via email for informational purposes.. Store and process that information to better understand your needs and how we can improve our services.. Disclose that information to third parties when we believe, in good faith, that the law requires it.. Disclose that information to third parties when we have reason to believe that disclosing this information is necessary to identify, contact, or bring legal action against someone who may be causing injury to or interference with (either intentionally or unintentionally) SFDPH/CDCP 's rights or property, other members or users of the  ...   Site, and the Internet address of the website from which you linked directly to our Web Site.. This information will not be linked to personally-identifiable information.. SFDPH/CDCP may use this information to analyze and enhance the web site.. Links to Other Sites.. This web site allows links to various other web sites.. SFDPH/CDCP assumes no responsibility for the information provided by sites you are able to access through the web site.. These links to other sites do not imply affiliation or endorsement.. Security.. The importance of security for all personally-identifiable information associated with our users and members is of utmost concern to us.. However, no data transmission over the internet can be guaranteed to be secure.. As a result, while we strive to protect your personally-identifiable information, but we can not ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us and you do so at your own risk.. Once we receive your personally-identifiable information we will take reasonable efforts to ensure its security on our systems.. Acceptance of These Terms.. By using the web site, you signify your assent to the SFDPH/CDCP Privacy Policy.. If you have questions or concerns regarding this Privacy Policy please contact SFDPH/CDCP at..

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  • Title: Disease Reporting and Control - Communicable Disease Control and Prevention, San Francisco Department of Public Health
    Descriptive info: Disease Reporting and Control.. Diseases that Must be Reported.. Clinicians are.. legally required.. to report specific diseases to the San Francisco Department of Public Health.. See the.. list of reportable diseases.. and learn.. why it is important to report.. Infection Control.. In health care settings,.. infection control.. practices are critical to reduce the transmission of infections from one person to  ...   telephone reporting line.. to respond to clinician disease reports.. Other numbers.. are also available for public reporting.. Disease Control Projects.. Learn about.. San Francisco activities.. to monitor, prevent, and control the spread of disease in San Francisco.. Infect Me Not Campaign.. The.. Infect Me Not campaign.. introduces San Franciscans to.. healthy habits.. that prevent the spread of.. germs.. infectious diseases..

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  • Title: 24/7 Disease Reporting - Communicable Disease Control and Prevention, San Francisco Department of Public Health
    Descriptive info: 24/7 Disease Reporting.. Disease Reporting Numbers.. SF Department of Public Health.. Communicable Disease Control.. Urgent Reports 24/7.. (415) 554-2830.. After hours, follow prompts to page the on-call physician.. Non-urgent Reports.. (415) 554-2848 fax.. cdcontrol@sfdph.. San Francisco, CA 94102.. Business hours: Mon - Fri, 8 am - 5 pm.. AIDS Office.. Phone: (415) 554-9050.. STD Clinic.. Phone: (415) 487-5555.. Fax: (415) 431-4628.. Tuberculosis Clinic.. Phone: (415) 206-8524.. Fax: (415) 206-4565.. Animal Bites (mammals only).. Phone: (415) 554-9422.. Fax: (415) 864-2866.. Animal Bite Report.. Frequently requested numbers.. for reporting other diseases and occurrences (animal bites, food poisoning, unsanitary living conditions).. 24/7 Communicable Disease.. Reporting  ...   care providers, per Title 17 of the California Code of Regulations, are legally required to report suspected, lab-confirmed, and clinical diagnoses of specific diseases and conditions within specified time frames to the San Francisco Department of Public Health.. Reportable Diseases and Conditions.. List of legally reportable diseases and conditions.. Unusual conditions for which we request reports.. Reporting Forms.. Confidential Morbidity Report (CMR) Form.. San Francisco Laboratory Form.. Influenza Reporting Forms, Reference Materials, and Laboratory Guidelines.. Communicable Disease Control Activities in San Francisco.. Communicable Disease Control Projects.. List of Legally Reportable Diseases.. Healthy Habits that Prevent Disease.. Disease Control Projects in San Franciso..

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  • Title: Influenza Reporting - Communicable Disease Control and Prevention, San Francisco Department of Public Health
    Descriptive info: Specimen Submission Information.. Before submitting specimens for testing please contact.. Communicable Disease Control.. at (415) 554-2830.. Influenza Reporting Resources.. Seasonal Influenza Cases.. Seasonal influenza.. reporting guidelines are detailed in the.. Health Advisory.. Residential Institutions.. Residential Facility Influenza Questionnaire.. Influenza-like Illness Patient List (Microsoft Excel 2007 Version).. Influenza-like Illness Patient List (Microsoft Excel 2003 Version).. Influenza Recommendations Facilities Checklist.. Recommendations for the Prevention and Control Of Influenza in San Francisco Long-Term Care Facilities.. Fatal Influenza Form (Ages 0-64 years).. Fatal Influenza Case History Form.. Laboratory Guidelines and Forms.. Specimen Collection Guidelines  ...   Control (415) 554-2830.. Infection Control Guidelines.. Current Infection Control Recommendations for Influenza are detailed in the latest Influenza Health Advisory.. Seasonal Flu Vaccine Information.. Flu vaccine information.. Suspected Avian Influenza Cases.. Report suspected cases of.. avian influenza.. immediately (within one hour) to Communicable Disease Control at (415) 554-2830.. After hours, weekends and holidays, please follow the prompts to page the on-call physician.. Avian Influenza A (H5N1) Criteria for Testing, Tests, Specimen Collection and Submission, and Infection Control Precautions.. For additional information, forms, and references please contact Communicable Disease Control (415) 554-2830..

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  • Title: Frequently Requested Numbers - Communicable Disease Control and Prevention, San Francisco Department of Public Health
    Descriptive info: Frequently Requested Numbers.. The Communicable Disease Control and Prevention Section of the San Francisco Department of Public Health receives clinician reports or.. legally reportable diseases and conditions.. For all other reporting, concerns, and for clinical services call the numbers below:.. Animal Bite Reporting.. Animal Care Control, (415) 554-9422 or 24-hour emergency dispatch, (415) 554-9400.. Bat Concerns.. Animal Care Control 24-hour emergency dispatch, (415) 554-9400.. Dead Bird Testing for West Nile Virus.. California Department of Health Services.. , (877) WNV-BIRD (968-2473).. HIV Testing Services.. Anonymous/Confidential HIV Testing Counseling Services.. , (415) 502-TEST (8378).. Influenza Hotline.. , SFDPH, (415) 554-2681.. Mosquito Control Problems.. Environmental Health Services.. , (415) 252-3806.. Needlestick Hotline.. ( Consultation for clinicians, post-exposure prophylaxis hotline).. (888) 448-4911.. Restaurant Sanitation Complaints.. (415) 252-3800.. Sewage Leak.. , (415) 252-3800.. Sexually Transmitted Disease Testing and Reporting.. STD Clinic.. , (415) 487-5500.. Suspected Food Poisoning Reporting.. (less than 4 people ill).. Environmental Health Section.. , (415) 252-3895.. Travel Immunizations.. Adult Immunization Clinic..  ...   San Francisco City Clinic:.. (415) 487-5538.. San Francisco City Clinic,.. : (415) 487-5500.. Tuberculosis Clinic, TB Control Section:.. (415) 206-8524.. Primary care sites - Community Health Centers.. Community health centers in San Francisco provide services at reduced prices or on a sliding scale for their current patients only.. If you want to enroll as a new patient at one of these clinics, call 311 for more information or visit.. Healthy San Francisco.. Children's Health Center at SFGH.. Curry Senior Center.. Family Health Center at SFGH.. General Medical Clinic at SFGH.. Castro - Mission Health Center.. Chinatown Public Health Center.. Maxine Hall Health Center.. Ocean Park Health Center.. Potrero Hill Health Center.. Silver Avenue Family Health Center.. South of Market Health Center.. Southeast Health Center.. Special Programs for Youth.. Tom Waddell Health Center.. Transgender Clinic.. Women's Health Center.. Haight Ashbury Free Medical Clinic.. Lyon - Martin Women's Health Services.. Mission Neighborhood Health Center.. Native American Health Center.. St.. Anthony Free Clinic..

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  • Title: Reportable Diseases - Communicable Disease Control and Prevention, San Francisco Department of Public Health
    Descriptive info: Report All Diseases.. All diseases and conditions should be reported to the Communicable Disease Control and Prevention Unit unless otherwise listed.. Contact numbers.. Legally Reportable Diseases in San Francisco.. The San Francisco Department of Public Health depends on clinicians to identify and report infectious diseases.. Clinicians may be the first to see a potential outbreak and their prompt notification enables us to investigate and begin disease control activities quickly.. For some diseases every hour makes a difference in preventing illness and death.. Reportable Diseases and Conditions by Urgency of Reporting.. (or download an.. Alphabetical List.. Immediately (within 1 hour) report by phone.. Anthrax*, human or animal.. Botulism* (Infant, Foodborne, Wound, or Other).. Brucellosis*, human.. Cholera.. Ciguatera Fish Poisoning.. Dengue.. Diphtheria.. Domoic Acid poisoning (Amnesic Shellfish Poisoning).. Escherichia coli.. : shiga toxin producing (STEC) including.. coli.. O157 infection.. Foodborne illness (2 or more cases from different households).. Hantavirus infections.. Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome.. Measles (Rubeola).. Meningococcal infections.. Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning.. Plague*, human or animal.. Rabies, human or animal.. Scombroid Fish Poisoning.. Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).. Shiga toxin (in feces).. Smallpox* (Variola).. Tularemia*, human.. Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers* (e.. g.. Crimean-Congo, Ebola, Lassa, and Marburg viruses).. Yellow Fever.. Any unusual diseases.. New diseases or syndrome not previously recognized.. Outbreaks of any disease.. Within one working  ...   food handlers and dairy workers only.. Syphilis, Report to STD Clinic.. Trichinosis.. Tuberculosis, Report to TB Clinic.. Typhoid fever (cases and carriers).. Vibrio infections.. West Nile Virus (WNV) infection.. Yersiniosis.. Within 7 calendar days report by phone, fax, or mail.. Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Report to AIDS Office.. Alzheimer's Diseases and Related Conditions.. Anaplasmosis/Ehrlichiosis.. Animal Bites (mammals only), Report to Animal Care Control.. Brucellosis, animal (except infections due to.. Brucella canis.. Chancroid, Report to STD Clinic.. Chlamydia trachomatis.. infections, Report to STD Clinic.. Coccidioidomycosis.. Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD).. Cyclosporiasis.. Cysticercosis.. Disorders Characterized by Lapses of Consciousness.. Ehrlichiosis/Anaplasmosis.. Giardiasis.. Gonococcal infections, (including disseminated) Report to STD Clinic.. Hepatitis, Viral.. Hepatitis B (specify acute case or chronic).. Hepatitis C (specify acute case or chronic).. Hepatitis D (Delta) (specify acute case or chronic).. Hepatitis E, acute infection.. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Report to AIDS Office.. Influenza Deaths (in laboratory-confirmed cases for age 0-64 years).. Influenza, novel strains (human).. Legionellosis.. Leprosy (Hansen Disease).. Leptospirosis.. Lyme Disease.. Lymphogranuloma venereum, Report to STD Clinic.. Mumps.. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID), Report to STD Clinic.. Rickettsial Diseases (non-Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever), including Typhus and Typhus-like illness.. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.. Rubella (German Measles).. Rubella Congenital Syndrome.. Taeniasis.. Tetanus.. Toxic Shock Syndrome.. Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies (TSE).. Tularemia, animal.. * Potential Bioterrorism Agents..

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  • Title: Who Should Report - Communicable Disease Control and Prevention, San Francisco Department of Public Health
    Descriptive info: Who Should Report.. Who Should Report a Communicable Disease.. According to.. Title 17 of the California Code of Regulations, 2500(b).. , every health care provider who knows about a case or suspects a case of any of the.. reportable diseases or conditions.. must report to the local health officer for the jurisdiction where the patient lives.. If there is no health care provider, any person who  ...   local health officer for the jurisdiction where the patient lives.. Health care providers include physicians, surgeons, veterinarians, podiatrists, nurse practitioners physician assistants, registered nurses, nurse midwives, school nurses, infection control practitioners, medical examiners, coroners, or dentists.. Disease Reporting Information.. Reporting contact numbers.. Legally reportable diseases and conditions.. Download the.. Confidential Morbidity Report(CMR) form and list of reportable diseases and conditions.. Report other problem and frequently requested numbers..

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