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Our Epidemiology Division works to prevent the spread of disease in our community. Our staff provides information and education for medical practitioners and the community in order to detect, track and prevent the spread of disease. The division staff is responsible for monitoring, investigating and reporting all communicable diseases including HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases, tuberculosis and vaccine preventable diseases. HIV testing, pre and post test counseling is available, as well as a referral to our AIDS Drug Assistance (ADAP) Program. The Epidemiology Division also hosts a series of community outreach events to throughout the year to promote HIV prevention. For more information about Epidemiology and outreach programs, please call 772-221-4000.

Flu Information




Flu: A Guide for Parents 

Cover your Cough

Fact Sheet

Flu & You 

How to Hand Wash

Treating the Flu

Take 3 Actions

Spread Fun. Not Flu.

MMWR 1-11-13


Sneeze like a Vampire

MMWR 8-17-12

  No School for you  



Facts about Ebola

General Information

For Medical Professionals

Fact Sheet 

Facts about Ebola: Your can’t get Ebola through air. You can’t get Ebola through water. Your can’t get Ebola through food.

Printable Flyer   


PDF 80.0 KB – Opens in a new window - Fight the Bite! Drain and Cover – Stop mosquitoes from living and breeding around your home or business. Drain standing water in containers. Cover your skin with clothing. Use mosquito repellent. Repair broken screens. More Information: Florida Department of Health in Martin County 772-221-4000 press 7 or Martin County Mosquito Control 772-288-5657 press 5.

Dengue Fever

Chikungunya Fever

General Information:

Fact Sheet

Information for Medical Providers:

Information for Clinicians 7/21/2014

Guide for Reporting & Testing

  Information for Healthcare Providers

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 HIV Testing – Location and Times – Stuart: 3441 SE Willoughby Blvd. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 8:30 am – 11:30 am and 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm – Indiantown: 16401 SW Farm Rd. Tuesday, Thursday, Call: 772-260-4325 for times

Influenza Surveillance Reports:













Helpful Links:

Centers for Disease Control


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