Case Management for children under age 17
- Case Management Checklist - step-by-step checklist for case management activities
- Unconfirmed EBLL - letter to family regarding an elevated blood lead test result - modify as needed (English, Spanish)
Due to a rule change effective January 1st, 2017, only certified and licensed risk assessors can perform environmental sampling (dust, paint chips, and soil). If you have questions, please contact Ryan Barker, Lead Program Coordinator.
Medical Management for Providers and County Health Department Staff
- Medical Information Form - For children with elevated blood lead levels: County Health Departments contact the medical provider and have them complete this form. Copy of completed form needs to be sent to OHA along with all case management documentation.
- Medical Evaluation and Recommendations - For children with elevated blood lead levels (EBLLs). This document is intended to provide evidence-based guidance for medical providers caring for children with confirmed EBLLs.