Healthcare providers and facilities must report AIDS, HIV and most other sexually transmitted infections to the Health Department within three working days.
There are two ways to report an infection:
- Fax the Confidential HIV/AIDS Case Report Form (or the STD Case Report form for other infections) to confidential fax.
- Mail the Confidential HIV/AIDS Case Report Form (or the STD Case Report form for other infections) to Washington State Department of Health, Assessment Unit, PO Box 47838, Olympia, WA 98504-7838.
- CDC Interim STD Treatment Recommendations during COVID-19
- CDC Guidance during disruption of STD clinical services.
- Department of Health and Human Services Dear Provider letter.
- CDC 2015 STD treatment guidelines.
- 2019 STD treatment updates.
- HHS Dear colleague letter re: Gonococcal treatment update.
- Clinician Consultation Center—HIV/AIDS, PrEP, Perinatal HIV and PEP information from University of California, San Francisco.
- HIV testing page—Washington State Department of Health .
- Transforming Health—CDC resources for healthcare providers treating transgender people living with HIV.
- Prevention Challenges—CDC statistics and information about transgender people and HIV.
- Injection Safety —CDC
- One and Only Campaign —CDC
- CDC Disease Information
- DOH STD data and information
- National STD curriculum self-study training modules.
- CDC clinical and non-clinical education and training.
- CDC Guidance: PrEP for HIV prevention.
- DOH Guidance: PrEP and PEP for HIV Prevention
- PrEP Watch: data, research and access.
- WHO PrEP implementation guidelines.