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We value our partnership with you and consider it essential to our work in safeguarding our community’s health. The following links represent resources you have most frequently requested. If you would like additional online information, please call or email Kelsey Stedman (360) 865-0897


In an effort to help support our Kitsap County healthcare providers, we have just developed and launched a new website called Provider Resources. This easy-to-use site is where you will find the latest health advisories, information on disease testing, treatment, and infection control, reporting forms for notifiable conditions, and more.

To visit Provider Resources, you can go to the following link: On the home page, you will find a YouTube video to help you find your way around the website.

All of the health advisories from 2021 have been moved to the new site, but you can find an archive of advisories from 2012 to 2020 below. If you are not already subscribed to receive new health advisories and updates, you can do so through Provider Resources here. Once you are subscribed, you will receive an email containing any new health advisories that are posted to the new site.


Public Health Surveillance is the collection, investigation, and distribution of data about illness and death. This surveillance helps prevent and control disease and is used to protect and improve the health of the public.

In Washington State, healthcare providers, healthcare facilities, laboratories, veterinarians, food service establishments, child daycare facilities, and schools are legally required to notify public health authorities at their local health jurisdiction of suspected or confirmed cases of selected diseases or conditions. These are referred to as notifiable conditions.

Notice: In March 2021, the State Board of Health adopted revisions to chapter 246-101 WAC. Changes are effective January 1, 2023. The Department of Health is updating reporting posters to reflect the rule revision, and Kitsap Public Health District will be publishing the revised posters as soon as they are available. Please refer to chapter 246-101 WAC to learn the new reporting requirements for regulated entities. Additional information can be found in the condition guidelines on the List of Notifiable Conditions.

To report a notifiable condition 24/7, call Kitsap Public Health District at (360) 728-2235 or fax a reporting form to (360) 813-1168.

Washington State Dept. of Health list of notifiable conditions with guidelines, reporting forms and case definitions


NOTIFIABLE CONDITIONS (effective February 2017):


List of region2 notifiable conditions



Contact: Kelsey Stedman (360) 865-0897


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