All licensed practitioners, hospitals, and laboratories are required to report diseases of public health significance per Florida Administrative Code Chapter 64D-3, Control of Communicable Diseases and Conditions Which may Significantly Affect Public Health and Florida Statute Chapter 381.0031, Report of diseases of public health significance to department.
This is the current Reportable Disease List for Practitioners.
The Physician/Hospital Report of Communicable Diseases is the form used to report communicable diseases. Please complete the form and fax or mail it to our office with a copy of the lab report and patient demographics.
All animal bites must be reported to DOH - Volusia so we can conduct a rabies risk assessment. We work closely in conjunction with the animal control agencies in Volusia County to assure proper management of the offending animal. Please complete the following form and fax it to our office at 386-274-0641.
As of June 4 the Table of Reportable Diseases or Conditions to Be Reported, Rule 64D-3.029, Florida Administrative Code (FAC) was revised. A summary can be found at 64D-3.029 Rule Change Summary.
Health Care Practitioners and Hospitals should refer to the following documents:
Laboratories should refer to the following documents:
There are other communicable diseases such as tuberculosis and sexually transmitted diseases, and HIV/AIDS that are covered under Chapter 64D-3. If you want to know where to send a report on any of the reportable diseases and conditions, please report these diseases to their respective programs.
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
HIV/AIDS: Phone: 386-274-0634
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES: Phone: 386-274-0659
TUBERCULOSIS: Phone: 386-274-0654
ALL OTHER REPORTABLE DISEASES/CONDITIONS
Eastside Volusia County (Daytona)
Westside Volusia County (DeLand)
Chapter 381 - Report of diseases of public health significance to the Health Department.