Chronic Hepatitis B and C must be reported to health authorities in Washington State as stated in WAC 246-101.
Health care providers, facilities, and laboratories must report chronic hepatitis on a monthly basis to the health department in which the patient resides, or to the provider's, facility's, or laboratory's health department if the patient's residence is unknown.
Local health departments must report to the Washington State Department of Health within seven days of case investigation completion or summary information within 21 days of receiving the case report.
STD, Adult Hepatitis and Syringe Services
360-236-2315 (office), 360-485-5225 (mobile)
Drug User Health Consultant
Overdose Education and Naloxone Distribution Consultant
Hepatitis Surveillance Epidemiologist
Hepatitis prevention and testing
Adult Viral Hepatitis Prevention Coordinator, Business Development Lead
HBV/HCV Testing Coordinator
Disease Intervention Specialist
Washington State Department of Health
Adult Viral Hepatitis Prevention Section
P.O. Box 47840 Olympia, WA 98504-7840
- Hepatitis C Data Snapshot: Washington State 2021 (PDF)
- Washington State Hepatitis C Epidemiologic Profile (PDF)
- Washington State Hepatitis C Mortality Fact Sheet (PDF)
- Hepatitis Notifiable Conditions in Washington State
- Hepatitis Reporting Form - (Notifiable Conditions webpage)
- Main - Washington Disease Reporting System (WDRS)
- Hepatitis - Washington Disease Reporting System (WDRS)