This online manual was developed by Spokane Regional Health District as a quick-reference guide for Spokane County providers. The manual includes information on communicable diseases, Spokane County reporting procedures, immunization schedules, fact sheets and a listing of SRHD services.
This section includes policies, procedures and forms for disease reporting.
|HIPAA & Disease Reporting||TB Suspect/Disease Report Form|
|Communicable Disease Reporting Form||VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System)|
|STD Reporting Form w/Partner Management Plan Instructions & Expedited Partner Therapy Fax Rx for Tx Packs||Animal Bite Report Form|
|HIV/AIDS Adult Case Reporting Form|
This section includes information about sexually transmitted diseases pertaining to HIV testing, bloodborne pathogen exposure, treatment and screening.
|HIV Testing for Medical Providers||STD Screening Recommendations & Considerations Referenced in Treatment Guidelines and Original Sources (CDC)|
|Substantial Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens||15 Tidbits About Syphilis|
|STD Treatment Guidelines (DOH/CDC)|
Find information about tuberculosis and influenza in this section, including fact sheets, drug regimen recommendations and vaccination policies.
|TB Fact Sheet||TB Drug Regimen Recommendations|
|How is 2-Step TB Testing Done?||Seasonal Influenza Fact Sheet|
|TB Skin Test Interpretation||Influenza Vaccination Policies for Healthcare Personnel|
|Diagnosis of TB in Adults and Children|
These sheets provide recommendations, immunization schedules and instruction for administering intramuscular vaccine injections.
|Childhood Immunization Schedule 0 - 6||How to Administer Intramuscular (IM) Vaccine Injections (Children)|
|Childhood Immunization Schedule 7 - 18||How to Administer Intramuscular (IM) Vaccine Injections (Adults)|
|Adult Immunization Schedule||Healthcare Personnel Vaccination Recommendations|
These fact sheets provide information about communicable diseases, vectors and foodborne illness and can be distributed to health professionals as needed.
|E. Coli||Rabies PEP Guidance|
|Fifth Disease & Pregnancy||Salmonella|
|Head Lice||Mosquitoes and West Nile Virus|
|Meningitis (Bacterial)||Foodborne Illness Chart|
SRHD provides disease prevention and response-related services to the communities of Spokane County; services include the following:
|Breast, Cervical & Colon Cancer Screening||Opioid Prevention|
|Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Nutrition|
|Access to Baby and Child Dentistry (ABCD)||Data Center|
|Senior Falls Prevention||Spokane County Clinic Referral List|