To Report A Notifiable Condition In Chelan And Douglas Counties:
Monday – Thursday 8AM-5PM: Phone (509) 886-6400
Fax (509) 886-6478
After Hours: Phone (509) 886-6499
Health care providers, health care facilities, clinical laboratories, veterinarians, and others have responsibilities for reporting suspected or confirmed cases of certain conditions under public health surveillance. Included are specific acute and chronic communicable diseases, occupational asthma, birth defects, blood lead levels, and pesticide poisoning.
Most communicable notifiable conditions are reported to your local health jurisdiction and the local health jurisdictions report notifiable conditions to Washington State Department of Health.
Complete List of Notifiable Conditions Reporting forms and Disease Guidelines from Washington State Department of Health
Providers: First column contains Reporting Forms. Second column contains the Guidelines.
Labs: “Diagnosis and Laboratory Services” is in section 4 in the Guidelines.
Notifiable Conditions Posters By Reporter
- Notifiable Conditions and the Health Care Provider
- Notifiable Conditions and the Health Care Facility
- Notifiable Conditions and the Clinical Laboratory
- Notifiable Conditions and the Veterinarian
- Notifiable Conditions and the Local Health Jurisdiction
- Washington State Public Health Laboratory Forms
- Washington State Public Health Laboratory Web pages
- Washington State Public Health Lab Directory of Services
For Information on Rabies Reporting and Post Exposure Prophylaxis, see our Rabies page.
For Information on Tuberculosis Reporting and Consultation Services, see our Tuberculosis page for Providers.
Life-threatening drug overdoses are now a notifiable condition in Chelan and Douglas County. See letter from Health Officer, Frank J.V. Colins, MD, DDS.
Drug overdose reporting form.