Adrienne Byrne, MS
1900 E. 9th St.
Wichita, KS 67214
For General Questions, please contact the Division of Health here.
For immunization related questions, please click here.
Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance and self-pay based on a sliding scale accepted as forms of payment for services rendered.
All clinically suspect, as well as lab-confirmed, cases of reportable
diseases should be reported to the Sedgwick County Division of Health.
Print a poster of Reportable Diseases for Medical Providers
Print a poster of
Reportable Diseases for Schools and Licensed Child Care Facilities
Complete the online,
Electronic Notifiable Disease Reporting Form
Call the Sedgwick County Epidemiology Hotline: 316-660-5555
Notifiable Disease Form
to the 24-hour fax line: 316-660-5550.
Notifiable Disease Form to the SCHD
epidemiology section, 1900 E. 9th St, Wichita, KS 67214.
If you have general disease reporting or disease surveillance questions, email DiseaseReport@sedgwick.gov.
Complete the online
Notifiable Disease Reporting Form or email
Kansas Notifiable Disease Form to 316-660-4914
Kansas Notifiable Disease Form
to the STD section, 2716 W. Central, Wichita, KS 67203
Health care providers may call the STD hotline
infection and disease form and fax it to the
division of health tuberculosis clinic at 316-660-5274.
Health Care Providers may contact the Sedgwick County
Division of Health Tuberculosis Control Program clinic by calling 316-660-7450. You can also send an email to the clinic at
Read a fact sheet about tuberculosis
Visit the Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention website for more information about TB.
School nurses may use the
(requires a password) to report absenteeism. This
system allows local schools and the health department to track disease trends.
The Mission of Sedgwick County is to provide quality public services to our community so everyone can pursue freedom and prosperity in a safe, secure, and healthy environment.
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