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TB Control Section
Florida Department of Health
4052 Bald Cypress Way, Bin A-20
Tallahassee, Florida 32399
One of the Florida Department of Health’s missions, in a vast array of services geared toward the improvement of Florida’s Health, is to eliminate tuberculosis in the state through administration of a statewide TB program that supports the Florida System of Tuberculosis Care.
The Department is committed to protecting communities across Florida from the spread of TB by providing leadership, policy development to assure provision of coordinated care to persons with active TB disease, their close contacts and other persons at high risk for latent tuberculosis infection (LTBI), and by assuring a system of care is in place to manage complicated TB patients. In addition, we provide community healthcare and non-healthcare provider training and technical assistance related to TB control and prevention; assure accurate case reporting; perform program monitoring and evaluation; and serve as liaison to laboratories, pharmacies, other state, federal, and non-profit agencies and the Center for Disease Control (CDC).
- Learn more about Tuberculosis by visiting our Frequently Asked Questions page…
- Expand your knowledge by downloading our publications, available in multiple languages…
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- Explore valuable resources relating to TB…
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- Visit our Trends & Statistics page for data pertaining to TB impact on your community...
The Florida Department of Health is here to serve you. Contact with any questions you may have regarding Tuberculosis at 850-245-4350.
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