//Reportable Diseases and Conditions

Reportable Diseases and Conditions

Report immediately by phone Report within 24 hours; use after-hours reporting system if needed † Report when suspect (do not wait for lab confirmation) ‡ Reportable in Clark County only *Currently <500/μL (under legislative review to make all counts reportable)

AIDS Meningitis (specify type)
Amebiasis Meningococcal disease Must be reported immediately
Animal bite from a rabies susceptible species Must be reported immediately Mercury (exposures and elevated levels) ‡
Anthrax Must be reported immediately Mumps Must be reported in 24 hours
Arsenic (exposures and elevated levels) ‡ Outbreaks of Communicable Disease Must be reported immediately
Botulism Must be reported immediately Outbreaks of Foodborne Disease Must be reported immediately
Brucellosis Must be reported in 24 hours Pertussis Must be reported in 24 hours
Campylobacteriosis Plague Must be reported immediately
CD4 lmphocyte counts* Poliomyelitis Must be reported immediately
Chancroid Psittacosis
Chlamydia Q Fever
Cholera Must be reported in 24 hours Rabies (human or animal) Must be reported immediately
Coccidioidomycosis Relapsing Fever
Cryptosporidiosis Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)
Diphtheria Must be reported in 24 hours Rotavirus
Drowning ‡ Rubella (including congenital) Must be reported in 24 hours
Ehrlichiosis/Anaplasmosis Salmonellosis
Encephalitis SARS Must be reported immediately
Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli (STEC, E. coli O157:H7) Severe Reaction to Immunization
Exposures of large groups of people to disease-causing agents †‡ Smallpox (variola) Must be reported immediately
Spotted fever Rickettsiosis (e.g., Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever)
Extraordinary occurrence of illness (Dengue, Typhus Fever) Must be reported immediately
Streptococcal toxic shock syndrome
Giardiasis Streptococcus pneumoniae Invasive Disease
Granuloma Inguinale Syphilis (including congenital)
Haemophilus Influenzae (invasive) Must be reported in 24 hours Tetanus
Hansen’s Disease (leprosy) Toxic Shock Syndrome
Hantavirus Trichinosis
Hemolytic-uremic syndrome (HUS) Tuberculosis Must be reported in 24 hours
Hepatitis A and E Must be reported in 24 hours Tularemia Must be reported immediately
Hepatitis B, C, D and unspecified Typhoid Fever Must be reported in 24 hours
HIV infection Vancomycin-intermediate Staphylococcus aureus (VISA) infection
Novel influenza (known or suspect pandemic strain) Must be reported immediately Vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureaus (VRSA) infection
Lead (exposures and elevated levels) ‡ Vibriosis, Non-Cholera
Legionellosis Viral hemorrhagic fever Must be reported immediately
Leptospirosis West Nile Virus
Listeriosis Yellow Fever Infection
Lyme Disease Yersiniosis
Lymphogranuloma venereum
Measles (rubeola) Must be reported in 24 hours


Updated on:  November 27, 2018