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Epidemiology

Contact Us

  •  904-253-1850
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    Mailing Address

    515 West 6th Street  

    Jacksonville, FL 32206 

     

Service Goals 

The Epidemiology Team works to identify, investigate, manage, and evaluate health hazards in the community.  In addition, the team provides information about communicable, reportable, and emerging disease and conditions.

Services Provided 

  • Reportable disease investigations
  • Hepatitis counseling, testing, and education
  • Bio-surveillance
  • Education/consultation on infectious disease to professional providers and community groups

The Team serves the public and community partners such as the City Rescue Mission, Jacksonville Metro, Gateway, and facilities of care.

Cost/Payment Options 

Epidemiology services are free of charge.

Reporting a Disease 

What illnesses are reportable in Duval County?
Reportable Disease List for Practitioners (1MB PDF)
Reportable Disease List for Laboratories (2MB PDF)
Reportable Disease Form (1MB PDF) 
Healthcare Practitioner Reporting Guidelines of Notifiable Diseases or Conditions in Florida (1.61MB PDF)
Laboratory Reporting Guidelines of Notifiable Disease or Conditions in Florida (1.31MB PDF)
Related Link: Florida Department of Health- Disease Reporting

If you have questions or need to report a disease, call the Epidemiology staff at 904-253-1850.

To report a public health emergency call 904-253-1000.

Epidemiology Comprehensive Surveillance Reports 

View combined data from various public health monitoring systems within Duval County and Florida. Prepared monthly, the reports contain a summary of recent trends, an overview of a highlighted investigation, a table of recently reported diseases for the county and state, as well information regarding a variety of notifiable diseases and conditions.

View the Epidemiology Comprehensive Surveillance Reports