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Public Health Services is a public disposal site for home generated sharps. Proper disposal containers are required. There is a limited supply of containers available at Public Health Services for public use.
Many diseases can impact our communities without being contagious or easily spread from person to person. Public Health Services is tasked with protecting the health of our residents by education and assistance in the prevention of these diseases. Call 841-2134 and ask for the Nurse-of-the-Day for any questions.
Under California Code of Regulations, Title 17 (Sec 2500), any healthcare provider is required to report known or suspected cases of any Title 17 disease or condition to the local Health Officer. The communicable Disease Team will investigate all disease reports, provide guidance for treatment, prophylaxis and infection control. Reporting of certain diseases may activate state and federal emergency response systems.
Monthly TB skin testing clinics are held at the Yreka office for a fee of $20. Case management and mandatory reporting are coordinated through the Public Health Services Division for all active TB cases.