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Immediately notifiable

Immediately notifiable diseases, infections or conditions must be reported within 24 hours after being identified by symptoms, appearance or diagnosis. All unusual disease clusters, disease outbreaks, and unusual disease occurrences should also be reported immediately.

Immediately Notifiable Diseases and Conditions
Report suspected or confirmed cases to the Philadelphia Department of Public Health within 24 hours by calling 215-685-6748 during business hours or 215-686-4514 after business hours.
Anthrax Influenza - novel influenza A
Arboviruses Influenza - pediatric deaths and institutional outbreaks
Botulism Measles (rubeola)
Brucellosis Melioidosis
Candida auris Meningococcal infections
Cholera Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C)
Diptheria Novel coronavirus (SARS, MERS-CoV)
Encephalitis Pandrug-resistant organism
E. coli O157:H7 and Shiga toxin-
producing bacteria
Plague
Food poisoning Poliomyelitis
H. influenzae, invasive disease Rabies
Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome Rubella (German Measles) & Congenital Rubella
Hemorrhagic fever, all Smallpox
Acute HIV infection Tularemia
Birth of infant to HIV infected woman Typhoid (S. typhi and paratyphi)
New HIV positive result in a pregnant woman West Nile Virus
Pregnancy in HIV infected woman Yellow Fever



Routinely Notifiable Diseases and Conditions

Routinely Notifiable Diseases and Conditions must be reported within five days after being identified by symptoms, appearance or diagnosis.


Routinely Notifiable Diseases and Conditions
Report suspected or confirmed cases to the Philadelphia Department of Public Health within 5 days by calling 215-685-6748 during business hours or faxing a report to 215-238-6947.
Amebiasis Leptospirosis
Animal bites (wild/stray/domestic) Listeriosis
Babesiosis Lyme disease
Campylobacteriosis Malaria
Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) Meningitis (viral, fungal, bacterial)
Chancroid Mumps
Chikungunya Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS)
Chlamydia trachomatis including LGV Pertussis (whooping cough)
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease Psittacosis (ornithosis)
Cryptosporidiosis Rickettsial diseases
Cyclosporiasis Salmonellosis
Dengue Shigellosis
Ehrlichiosis/Anaplasmosis S. aureus, vancomycin insensitive
Giardiasis Streptococcal disease, invasive group A
Gonococcal infections Streptococcal disease, invasive group B (neonatal)
Guillain-Barré syndrome S. pneumoniae, invasive disease
Hepatitis A Syphilis
Hepatitis B, including pregnancy in
a Hepatitis B infected woman
Tetanus
Hepatitis C, including pregnancy in
a Hepatitis C infected woman
Toxic Shock Syndrome
Hepatitis, other viral Trichinosis
Histoplasmosis Tuberculosis
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV/AIDS) Varicella, including zoster
Lead poisoning Vibriosis
Legionellosis Yersiniosis
Leprosy (Hansen’s disease) Zika, including prenatal and postnatal birth defects