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Health care providers and laboratories are required to notify KDHE regarding patients with suspected or confirmed reportable diseases. The list of reportable diseases is defined by Kansas statute (K.S.A. 65-118, 65-128 and 65-6001 through 65-6007; and by K.A.R. 28-1-2 and 28-1-18).
Report outbreaks, unusual occurrence of any disease, and exotic or newly recognized diseases immediately by telephone to 877-427-7317.
How to Report Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19 Disease, SARS-CoV-2 Virus) Testing, Infections, and Deaths in Kansas
Multi-Drug Resistant Organisms include Carbapenem-Resistance; Candida auris; Vancomycin Intermediate/Resistant Staphylococcus aureus:
Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention Program Report Forms:
Any health care provider suspecting even a single case of a disease caused by a bioterrorism agent should immediately contact KDHE at 877-427-7317. The list of potential bioterrorism agents includes:
Bacterial isolates, when required, should be sent to:Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentDivision of Health and Environmental Laboratories6810 SE Dwight StreetTopeka, KS 66620
For more information, visit our Laboratories section.