Communicable Disease Control
Lake County Public Health works to protect the health of the public by providing surveillance, investigation, and prevention activities to control communicable diseases.
Disease control services include immunizations, screening, and treatment for Sexually Transmitted Diseases; HIV testing, counseling, and referral; Tuberculosis testing and treatment; and general communicable disease monitoring.
Disease Reporting: Info for Health Care Professionals
Communicable disease investigations follow protocols established by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Montana Division of Public Health. Protocols for disease investigation and statistical data for Montana and Lake County are available on the DPHHS Communicable Disease Epidemiology website.
This site includes:
- Reportable Diseases in Montana
- Report Forms
- Questions and Answers
- Confidentiality/Law Related FAQ
- Rules and Laws
- Contact Information
- After-Hours Manual
Disease Information: Info for General Public
Disease information for the general public can be accessed through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.