Communicable Disease: Reporting - Lab
Title 17, California Code of Regulations (CCR) §2500, §2593, §2641.5- 2643.20,
and §2800-2812 Reportable Diseases and Conditions
Health care providers are responsible for reporting a case or suspect case of a disease or condition to the local health department where the patient resides. For more information and a list of Reportable Diseases and Conditions, refer to:
Report diseases and conditions using the appropriate Confidential Morbidity Report (CMR) form, or submit electronically through the California Reportable Disease Information Exchange (CalREDIE) Provider Portal.
Electronic Reporting using the CalREDIE Provider Portal
Health care providers can report diseases electronically through the California Reportable Disease Information Exchange (CalREDIE) system’s Provider Portal. CalREDIE is a secure system implemented by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) for electronic disease reporting and surveillance.
The Provider Portal provides secure access for health care providers to electronically submit Confidential Morbidity Reports (CMRs) directly to local health departments. The Provider Portal replaces the process of completing CMRs by hand and mailing or faxing the CMRs to local health departments.
If you have questions or need assistance registering for a CalREDIE Provider Portal account, contact the Colusa County Public Health Communicable Disease Nurse at 530-458-0380.
If you do not use electronic reporting, submit Confidential Morbidity Report (CMR) forms to:
Communicable Disease Program
Colusa County Public Health
251 E. Webster St.
Colusa, CA 95932
Confidential Fax: 530-458-4136
Confidential Morbidity Report (CMR) Forms
CDPH 110 D Form Use this form for reporting COVID-19.
CDPH 110 A Form Use this form for reporting all conditions except COVID-19, Tuberculosis and conditions reportable to DMV. (Initial report required from provider for any reportable disease).
CDPH 110 B Form Use this form to report Tuberculosis.
CDPH 110 C Form Use this form for reporting lapses of consciousness, Alzheimer’s disease, or other conditions which may impair the ability to operate a motor vehicle safely.