PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT

Disease Reporting

Please report any notifiable conditions to the 24/7 Disease Reporting number:  (254) 750-5411 and/or fax: (254) 750-5405.

Nursing staff are available to help monitor and track communicable diseases reported in McLennan County. The department is trained to respond quickly to prevent potential communicable disease outbreaks by holding on-site immunization clinics, providing medications or simply providing education and training on how to prevent further spread of a disease.

  • Reportable diseases and conditions
  • Maintain accurate morbidity data for the county
  • Actively investigate unusual occurrences of disease to promote prevention of further disease outbreaks.
  • Monitor and assess the county to create a profile of chronic disease issues within McLennan County. 

Current list of notifiable conditions in Texas

Disease Reporting Forms

Zika Testing Information For Providers and Labs

Fax forms to (254) 750- 5405

Zika Testing Supplemental Form (9/12/16)

Zika Testing Specimen Criteria (12/16/16)

Click Here for Areas with Active Zika Virus Transmission

EPIDEMIOLOGY REPORTING FORMS   -   List of Reportable Conditions

Fax to 750-5405

Infectious Disease (initial provider report)

Varicella

Lead Poisoning (childhood or adult)   

Perinatal Hepatitis B

Influenza Weekly Reporting Forms (2016-17 season)

Fax to 750-5405

Schools

Clinics

Hospitals

Health Alerts/ Advisories

Mumps Health Advisory (11/30/2016)  FAQs about Mumps

Other Reporting Forms

TUBERCULOSIS REPORTING AND INFORMATION

TB-400A Latent Tuberculosis
TB-400B Active Tuberculosis
TB Symptom Questionnaire
Fax to 750-5453

HIV/AIDS/STD REPORTING

HIV/STD Form
 Fax to 750-5480

Additional Information

EPIDEMIOLOGY REPORTS AND INFORMATION

Morbidity Data Reports

List of Reportable Conditions

Epidemiology Information and Data

Rabies Information for Central Texas

DSHS Rabies Website

Rabies Investigation Report (Form)

Rabies Prevention (2016)

Disposition of Biting Animals

Region 7 Animal Rabies Annual Report (2016)

Request for Rabies Biologicals

Protect Yourself Against Animal Bites