Communicable Disease Prevention and Control

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The Communicable Disease Prevention and Control program is composed of Communicable Disease Prevention and Control, Immunizations (Immunizations, Rabies Control, and Refugee Health), Tuberculosis (TB) Control, and the Adult Health HIV/STD Clinic.

The primary purpose of the Communicable Disease program is to:

  • Conduct thorough reporting and investigation of all reports of communicable disease (including outbreaks)
  • Promptly implement communicable disease control measures when needed
  • Ensure compliance with North Carolina communicable disease statutes and rules through implementation of appropriate control measures
  • Educate healthcare providers, facilities, organizations, and others regarding all aspects of communicable disease, in order to ensure and protect the health of the community. 

For more information about the Communicable Disease Prevention and Control program, call 919-560-7896 or 919-560-7886.


About Communicable Diseases
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