Health Professionals

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Page last updated 6/18/2024.

The information on this page is intended for health professionals. 

See below, or click the following links, to learn more.

 

Stay Informed

Health Professionals Telebriefing

Join the Health Professionals telebriefing on the 1st Thursday of every month at 3:30 pm.

Register to receive invitation to the Health Professionals telebriefings, eBlasts, and bi-monthly newsletters.

Interested in COVID-19 Clinical Assistance?

If your practice would like assistance from clinical leaders and public health experts on COVID-19 clinical guidelines and resources for your office and patients, SDAIM, or other topics, set up an appointment by contacting us at MCS@sdcounty.ca.gov.

Resources

COVID-19 Vaccines

Specific Populations:

Clinical Care

Caring for Patients

Special Clinical Care Considerations

Telemedicine

Other

Infection Control

Testing

If a child or youth is unable to get tested from their healthcare provider, children 6 months and older are able to be tested at any County-coordinated test site. Please visit the Testing webpage for more information.

Reporting Guidelines

Reporting guidelines for COVID-19, such as when and how to report COVID-19 

  • To report a communicable disease or for assistance on how to handle an exposure in a healthcare setting, contact the Epidemiology Unit by phone at (619) 692-8499. 

Care for Your Mental Health

Frequently Asked Questions

Resources for Patients:

Resources for Healthcare Workers:

  • Reporting Guidelines, such as when and how to report COVID-19.
  • To report a communicable disease or for assistance on how to handle an exposure in a healthcare setting, contact the Epidemiology Unit by phone at (619) 692-8499. For urgent matters on evenings, weekends or holidays, dial (858) 565-5255 and ask for the Epidemiology Unity duty officer.
  • All positive and negative SARS-CoV-2 test results (including antigen and serology tests that have an Emergency Use Authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration) must be reported by laboratories.

  • For questions, please contact the Epidemiology Unit at (619) 692-8499.
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For additional questions and resources, please email MCS@sdcounty.ca.gov.

Thank you

The County of San Diego would like to thank all the health professionals in our community for your extraordinary work, dedication and support to help ensure that our region is healthy, safe, and thriving.