Acute and Communicable Disease Prevention
Acute and Communicable Disease Prevention monitors communicable disease occurrence in the state; guides investigation and control of communicable diseases; investigates outbreaks; and helps ensure that communicable disease threats are responded to appropriately.
Community Liaison provides support and oversight to local health departments through technical assistance, coordinating statutorily required agency reviews, overseeing the disbursement of state support for public health funds, directing the annual plan process and related budget revisions, and identifying grants and assisting with their preparation.
HIV, STD and Tuberculosis Section
The HIV, STD and Tuberculosis Section monitors the occurrence of these diseases in the state, works to prevent their spread and provides direct services to low-income HIV-positive persons.
Oregon Immunization Program
The Oregon Immunization Program develops, implements and evaluates public and private efforts to provide immunizations to Oregonians throughout their lives. The Immunization Program annually purchases vaccines and distributes them to public and private partners. Other program areas include outbreak surveillance, school immunization law, clinical training and support, Strategic National Stockpile coordination, and management of the ALERT immunization information system.
Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
The Oregon State Public Health Laboratory supports state and local infectious disease control efforts, works to prevent metabolic disorders detectable at birth, and assures the quality of testing in clinical and environmental laboratories.
Vital Records - Center for Health Statistics Section
The Vital Records - Center for Health Statistics Section provides vital records including birth, death and marriage certificates for Oregonians. The Section administers the Oregon Healthy Teens Survey and the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey, two important sources of data about risk behaviors.