HIV case report form (PDF) and instructions (DOC)
Every newly diagnosed case of HIV must be reported to Public Health within 3 days. The HIV case report form is required for all case reports.
HIV Testing Information for Medical Providers, Revised 2010
HIV testing as routine medical care poster (PDF)
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends HIV screening for all people ages 15 to 65, as well as younger adolescents and older adults who are at an increased risk for HIV infection. http://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/uspstf/uspshivi.htm
HIV testing sites in Vancouver (PDF)
If appropriate, all persons testing for HIV in Washington State should be told where they may receive anonymous HIV testing services, as the test done in a providers office is of a confidential nature and is reportable. This quarter sheet card provides a listing of options for patients seeking anonymous testing in Vancouver.
MSM testing clinic (PDF)
Free, anonymous, rapid HIV testing for gay, bi and trans men are offered on Tuesday and Thursday at the Cascade AIDS Project clinic.
Needle exchange referral card (PDF)
HIV/AIDS training for Licensure -- If you work as a health care professional or in a state licensed or certified health care facility in Washington, you must have AIDS training. In order to get a license, certification or registration to practice a regulated health care profession in Washington state, you are required to have AIDS education (RCW 70.24.270 and WAC 246-12-260, WAC 246-12-270).