Resources for Providers
Notifiable Conditions & Reporting:
In Washington, healthcare providers, healthcare facilities, clinical laboratories and veterinarians have responsibilities for reporting suspected or confirmed cases of certain conditions under Public Health surveillance to their local health jurisdiction.
For information on: what is reportable, the minimum reporting information required, reporting timeframes, specimen submission guidance, and supplemental reporting for outbreaks and rare diseases visit the Department of Health’s Notifiable Conditions.
- Washington DOH List of notifiable conditions and guidelines
- Washington DOH List of notifiable conditions by reporter
- Syphilis treatment
- Bicillin request form
Resources for Healthcare Providers:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Sexually Transmitted Disease Guidelines, 2015
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Recommendations for Prevention and Control of Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Infection and HCV-Related Chronic Disease
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Recommendations for HIV Screening of Gay, Bisexual, and Other Men who have sex with Men
Washington State Public Health Lab WA State Public Health Lab (PHL) resources (including test menu, forms, shipping, etc.).
Self-study modules about STDs, testing, and treatment and tests for continuing (CE) credits
CDC Online Serology Training (Hepatitis)
STD Clinical Consultation Network website
National LGBT Health Education Center: A Program of the Fenway Institute
Self-study modules and tests for continuing education (CE) credits
Mission: Increase health care providers' capacity to provide high quality HIV/AIDS care within the region's health care systems by providing HIV treatment education, clinical consultation, capacity building, and technical assistance. Please check out our calendar pages for upcoming events and our training and resources page for your clinical or continuing education needs or just email or call one of the offices.
Polaris uses data-driven strategies to prevent and disrupt human trafficking, a $150 billion industry that robs 25 million around the world of their freedom.
This site is dedicated to the girls and women currently struggling to leave the Life, to those who have successfully done so despite enormous challenges, and to their loved ones, advocates and dedicated service providers. The Life Story seeks to elevate the experiences and voices of those in the sex trade while providing the solutions they need. To accomplish this, we draw upon the lived experience, leadership, wisdom and courage of these remarkable women. The Life Story films also share the experiences of allies who work in partnership with girls and women who have experienced commercial sexual exploitation.
The Northwest Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NWATTC) provides services to develop and strengthen the substance use disorder treatment and recovery workforce in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
Located at the University of Washington’s Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute, the NWATTC seeks to accelerate community-based implementation of evidence-based practices (EBPs) for treatment and recovery by: Sponsoring training online and in-person to enhance clinical knowledge and skills, and adoption of EBPs, Providing intensive technical assistance to support systems change and organizational efforts to implement EBPs, Offering consultation for systems-level change in the emerging new landscape for behavioral health care, Disseminating science-based information on EBPs, cultural competence, and more.