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Curbing Exposure and Protecting Our Community

The goal of the Communicable/Infectious Disease Program is to control and reduce the spread of infectious diseases that are reportable to the Arizona Department of Health Services.

The services offered through the Coconino County Health and Human Services Communicable/Infectious Disease Program are:

  • Comprehensive HIV prevention counseling, testing and referral
  • Counseling and education for communicable/infectious diseases
  • Counseling and education on prevention and risk reduction for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)
  • Identification, testing and treatment of persons who are contacts to a communicable disease
  • Physical assessment and treatment of clients and their contacts for STDs or tuberculosis (TB)
  • Surveillance of communicable/infectious diseases in Coconino County


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Reporting Requirements & Guidelines

Laboratory Information

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Reporting Requirements and Rules

Report a Disease Case or Outbreak

To report a disease case, access the reporting form. Fax your completed form to (928) 679-7351. Call (928) 679-7222 or 1(877) 649-7272 with questions.

To report a disease outbreak, call (928) 679-7222 or 1(877) 679-7272.

Information on Specific Diseases

Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention A-Z Index to find information on specific disease or conditions.

Infectious Disease References

Control of Communicable Diseases Manual, 19th edition, 2008
Epidemiology and Prevention of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases, 12th edition, May 2012
Red Book, 2012 Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases, American Academy of Pediatrics