The mission of the Epidemiology Division is to protect the residents of Alabama through constant monitoring of the incidence and prevalence of communicable, zoonotic, and environmentally-related human diseases.
- For healthcare providers interested in Ebola, see ADPH Healthcare Providers and ADPH ALERT/HAN.
- EV-D68 - For healthcare providers who have a patient admitted to ICU and test positive for enterovirus and/or rhinovirus, ADPH requests a specimen be submitted to test for Enterovirus D69 (EV-D68) in Alabama. There is new information about patients with Acute Neurologic Illness. Patients who test positive for enterovirus need to read Enterovirus D68 Flyer.
- Chikunguyna - If a healthcare provider suspects a patient to have chikungunya with recent travel history, please see the Bureau of Communicable Disease Homepage.
- The Epidemiology Division has launched DETECT, TEST and REPORT Notifiable Diseases awareness campaign to determine Alabama's true disease burden.
- Physicians, dentists, nurses, medical examiners, hospital administrators, nursing home administrators, lab directors, school principals, and day care directors are responsible for reporting Notifiable Diseases in Alabama. To report an Immediate, Urgent or Standard Notification Notifiable Disease, please submit a REPORT Card.
- If you are a healthcare provider and would like to report adult lead exposure, please complete an ABLES Investigation Response Form. To learn more about Management Guidelines for Blood Lead Levels in Adults.
- If you are a healthcare provider and would like to report a patient who received a recalled product, please complete Recalled Product REPORT Card.
Epidemiology Fast Fact Flyers
These flyers are easy to read and generally one-page education for students, parents, and patients to learn more about notifiable diseases, outbreaks, and cases of public health importance.