Infectious Disease Epidemiology Program
The Infectious Disease Epidemiology Program oversees the surveillance and control of infectious diseases throughout the state including: food and waterborne diseases (E. coli, giardia, etc.), vaccine-preventable diseases (pertussis, bacterial meningitis, etc.), zoonotic diseases (plague, Q-fever, etc.), and vectorborne diseases (West Nile virus, Colorado tick fever, etc.). The program responds to and investigates clusters and outbreaks of illnesses. It also provides analytic and medical consultations for healthcare providers statewide.
Intent to Adopt Repealed Rule, Wyoming Department of Health
The Wyoming Department of Health is repealing Chapters 2 Healthcare Facility Safety Event Reporting as the legislation (W.S.§ 35-2-912) governing the rules was allowed to sunset.
Reportable Diseases and Conditions
Includes the Wyoming Department of Health Reportable Diseases and Conditions List, and the Standard Case Reporting Form
Publications and Reports:
Includes the Annual Influenza Season Summary and the Annual Enteric Disease Summary
Select disease statistics by county for years 1911-2009
A toll-free hotline (1-877-996-9000) has been established by Epidemiology Section staff to respond to telephone calls from providers and public health staff during normal working hours.
In addition, a toll-free hotline (1-888-996-9104) is available for calls regarding public health emergencies on a 24/7 basis.