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Epidemiology / Infectious Disease

Epidemiology / Infectious Disease

The Epidemiology/Infectious Disease division of the health department plays a critical role in protecting public health by monitoring, investigating, and managing infectious diseases and outbreaks within the community. Our expert team of epidemiologists and public health professionals work tirelessly to track disease outbreaks, conduct surveillance, and analyze disease trends to implement effective control measures. By providing up-to-date health information and vaccination programs, we aim to prevent the spread of infectious diseases and ensure the community remains informed and healthy. Our proactive approach helps to safeguard all members of our community from the potential impact of both common and emerging infectious threats.

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Reporting Requirements

The Lincoln Trail District Health Department is responsible for the prevention and control of infectious and communicable diseases in our 6 county area. 

Healthcare Provider

Lincoln Trail District Health Department provides Healthcare Providers Resources for download with instructions on completion of each form.

Current Advisories

Stay informed about current outbreaks and health advisories with timely updates and guidance from our health department to protect yourself and your loved ones.

Table of Reportable Diseases

Explore our comprehensive table of reportable diseases, which lists all the conditions that must be reported to public health authorities to aid in effective monitoring and prevention efforts.

COVID-19

Covid-19

Find the latest updates, resources, and guidance on COVID-19, including prevention tips, testing locations, and vaccination information to help keep you and your community safe.

Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Preparedness (1)

Lincoln Trail District Health Department works with local and state emergency response partners to ensure citizens are protected during an outbreak or bioterrorism attack. 

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