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KCHD Communicable Disease services include:

Reporting Diseases 

The Kane County Health Department's epidemiologists safeguard the health of our community by tracking, analyzing, and addressing the patterns and causes of diseases. They are dedicated to understanding health trends, responding to infectious disease outbreaks, and providing the insights necessary to prevent future health crises using the latest in data analysis and field investigation to inform public health decisions and promote wellness in Kane County. 

Medical professionals in Kane County are required to report specific diseases to the health department's epidemiologist, so that they may be tracked and actions taken when outbreaks occur. 

Reportable Communicable Diseases

A list of diseases is available for use by health care professionals, including reporting instructions.
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Report Public Threats in Kane County Poster​ - Where to report emerging infectious disease, naturally occurring outbreaks and potential bioterrorism.

For Information & Reporting call 630-208-3801.

Communicable Disease Surveillance Forms

Babesiosis Field Form.pdf

Lyme Disease Field Form.pdf

MDRO Healthcare Facility Encounter Form.pdf

STI Treatment Codes.pdf

Varicella Case Report.pdf


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