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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.
Providers: First column contains Reporting Forms. Second column contains the Guidelines.
Labs: “Diagnosis and Laboratory Services” is in section 4 in the Guidelines.