Communicable Disease Control & Prevention

The Communicable Disease Control Program works in partnership with the medical and neighborhood communities to control and prevent the occurrence and spread of communicable diseases through prevention, surveillance and outbreak control. 

Communicable Disease Reporting
830 University Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94710

Phone: (510) 981-5300    Fax: (510) 981-5345    TDD: (510) 981-6903
PublicHealth@cityofberkeley.info 

Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 


Physicians who need to report a suspected public health emergency should contact the Public Health Division immediately at (510) 981-5300; or AFTER HOURS, call Berkeley Police Dispatch at (510) 981-5911 and ask for the Health Officer on Call.

 

REPORT A COMMUNICABLE DISEASE  (For use by Health Care providers only)

Tuberculosis Reporting (For use by Health Care providers only) 

Reporting to DMV  -  DMV CMR 2011 (For use by Health Care providers only)

Reportable Diseases  


Services

The program aims to: 

  1. Investigate disease outbreaks and recommend control measures

  2. Conduct special studies and projects

  3. Produce annual reports, special analyses, and procedure manuals 

  1. Set policy and make procedure recommendations for activities related to infectious and communicable diseases

  2. Interpret and enforce State and Federal laws and regulations

  3. Interface with other local, state, and federal agencies, professional societies, and programs concerned with public health

Who is the program for?  Residents and Health Care Providers of Berkeley

Cost for Services: FREE

Languages Spoken: English and Spanish


Additional Resources & Information

Reportable Disease Form (Confidential Morbidity Report) (PDF)

CDC Infectious Disease Information
http://www.cdc.gov 

California Department of Public Health Division of Communicable Disease Control
http://www.cdph.ca.gov/programs/dcdc/Pages/default.aspx

California Department of Public Health
http://www.cdph.ca.gov