HIV Epidemiology Unit
For more information send us an email or phone 619-692-8545.
California Code of Regulations, Title 17, sections 2500 and 2641.5-2653.2, mandate health care providers to report HIV and AIDS, while section 2505 requires laboratories to report tests indicative of HIV. The HIV Epidemiology Unit collects, analyzes, and disseminates local HIV and AIDS data to a broad audience. Through timely and accurate surveillance, the unit achieves its goal of providing a foundation for effective community HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment efforts in San Diego County.
Services offered by HIV Epidemiology Unit:
- Health Care Provider Toolkit
- Reporting and HIPAA
- Reporting Training (see below)
- Reports and Statistics
- Related Sites
Additional HIV-related services and information are provided by the HIV, STD and Hepatitis Branch, click here for more information. For HIV Counseling and Testing, click here.
HIV/AIDS Reporting Training
The HIV Epidemiology Unit is available to provide HIV reporting training for Health Care Providers or Laboratory Staff.
The HIV Epidemiology Unit can provide a free one-hour training, conducted on-site. To schedule training or for more information, call 619-692-8505 or e-mail us.
Last updated April 25, 2023