Columbia/Boone County Public Health and Human Services works with community and state partners to detect, control and prevent the spread of human, animal, and environmentally induced communicable health threats. It is important to report these health threats to us because it alerts us to extra efforts or actions which may be necessary to protect Public Health.
- Monitor and analyze data
- Investigate reported diseases and conditions, including outbreaks
- Identify contacts who may be infected or others at risk for infection
- Determine the incidence and prevalence of disease
- Collaborate with community and state partners
- Provide educational programming
- Develop prevention and intervention strategies
- Assist the public in making better decisions regarding their health and lifestyle
By Phone: Monday through Friday, between 8AM – 5PM at 573-874-7356
- By Secure Fax: We have a dedicated secure fax machine (573-874-7597) for all communicable diseases and conditions, including STD, TB, heat related illness, etc. If reporting a disease by fax, a CD 1 form MO580-0779 must be used.
- Outside Business Hours: For emergency/disease reporting outside regular business hours, please call the Missouri Department of Health Emergency Response Center at 1-800-392-0272.
- For Providers: Providers may also use the Missouri reportable disease form to report certain illnesses.
Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance Reports
- 2015 Columbia/Boone County Sexually Transmitted Disease Summary
- 2014 Columbia/Boone County Sexually Transmitted Disease Summary
Communicable Disease Surveillance Reports
Flu (Influenza) Surveillance Reports
- 2017-2018 Boone County Weekly Flu Reports
- 2016-2017 School-Based Flu Vaccination Program Report
- 2015-2016 Boone County Influenza Report
- 2015-2016 School-Based Flu Vaccination Program Report
- 2014-2015 Boone County Influenza Report
- 2014-2015 School-Based Flu Vaccination Program Report
- 2013-2014 Boone County Influenza Report