There are over 70 diseases and conditions that are reportable in North Carolina. Reporting is required for physicians and laboratories. Your health department staff investigates all reports of diseases to determine if there is a risk of spread and takes measures to control the risk.

More in-depth information on communicable diseases may be found at the North Carolina Communicable Disease Control Branch and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

Communicable disease related services are available at each health department

  •  Testing for and evaluation of disease
  •  Treatment of identified infection and provision of protective measures for family or other close contacts
  •  Public education

Click here for more information on
 Sexually Transmitted Diseases (including HIV/AIDS)
 Tuberculosis (TB)

For health care providers
For assistance in reporting diseases, please contact the communicable disease nurse at your county health department.
 Confidential Disease Reporting Forms

Toe River Health District

Healthy people, healthy environment, thriving communities

Toe River Health District is an equal opportunity provider. Services are available to all who may benefit and who meet regulatory requirements regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual preference, disability, age, socioeconomic level, marital status, source of payment, political affiliation, number of pregnancies, DNR/Advanced Directive status, or diagnostic status.

Copyright © Toe River Health District. All rights reserved.