In Washington, healthcare providers, healthcare facilities, clinical laboratories and veterinarians have responsibilities for reporting certain conditions to their local health jurisdiction. Public Health relies on our partners to report notifiable conditions and other potential public health concerns in order to identify and respond to potential outbreaks.
What and when to report
- Refer to the Washington Department of Health “Reporting Posters by Reporter” for a complete list notifiable condition reporting requirements
How to report in Clark County
Immediately notifiable conditions
Call (564) 397-8182 to speak with a member of the Communicable Disease Team.
Other notifiable conditions
Call and leave a message, 24/7. Leave patient’s name, date of birth and disease.
- Communicable Diseases: (564) 397-8182
- STI/HIV: 564.397.8082
Disease Specific Resources
Hepatitis C Virus
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Recommendations for Prevention and Control of Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Infection and HCV-Related Chronic Disease
- CCPH Bicillin® request form
- EPT request form
- CDC Sexually Transmitted Infection Guidelines, 2021
- Washington Department of Health EPT guidance.
- National Network of STD Clinical Prevention Training Centers (NNPTC): Clinical Consultation Service
- CDC 2020 recommendations for providing quality STD clinical services.
- Do Ask, Do Tell: A Toolkit for Collecting Data on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Clinical Settings
- CDC Guidance: Taking a sexual history.
- National LGBT Health Education Center: A Program of the Fenway Institute