For Providers

Identification - including individual cases, suspected outbreaks, and deaths - of a notifiable condition should be reported to the local health jurisdiction. Explore the documents and resources below to determine how to report, receive assistance, or learn more.

Questions about notifiable conditions can be directed to (509) 524-2650.

General Reporting

The Notifiable Conditions Poster for Healthcare Providers and Facilities

The Notifiable Conditions Poster for Laboratories

Notifiable Conditions should be reported to WWCDCH at:

Monday to Friday, 8 AM to 4 PM, Phone: (509) 524-2650

Confidential Fax: (509) 524-2642


24-Hour Emergency Phone: (509) 524-1928

If contact cannot be made with WWCDCH, please call the WA State Department of Health    24-Hour Reporting Phone Line at 1(877) 539-4344


Complete List of Notifiable Conditions, Guidelines, and Definitions

Reporting Outbreaks of Notifiable Conditions

Click Here for the 246-101 WAC



Need to order a test through the Washington State Public Health Laboratories?

Click Here for the WA PHL Lab Test Menu

Need assistance with ordering a test? Contact WA PHL at (206) 418-5400



Provider Enrollment for the Childhood Vaccine Program

Provider Enrollment for the Washington State Adult Vaccine Program


Information on WAIIS and online trainings:

Washington State Immunization Information System


Travel Health Consult

Travel Health | Safeway


Clinic Coordinator

Samantha Dutra
Pharmacy Technician/Clinic Coordinator
Safeway Pharmacy
Portland Division


Travel Health | Costco

Yellow Fever Vaccination Clinics


Tuberculosis Reporting

Within 24 hours, requires a phone call if reporting after normal public health business hours:

Tuberculosis disease (confirmed or highly suspicious i.e with initiation of empiric treatment)


Tuberculosis Resources for Healthcare Providers

 Latent TB Infection Guidelines for Healthcare Providers

Curry International TB Center Training


Miscellaneous Notifiable Condition Management