Infectious Disease Prevention and Control Bureau
The goal of the NMDOH Infectious Disease Bureau (IDB) is to reduce the spread of infectious diseases through prevention, care, testing, screening and surveillance work.
- A Test for Life (April 29, 2015)
- New Collaborative Effort for Tuberculosis Treatment (March 24, 2015)
- National Native Americans HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Honors Those Impacted By the Disease (March 18, 2015)
- Decrease in Drug Overdose Death Rate in New Mexico (September 3, 2014)
- Increase in Vaccine Exemptions (January 29, 2015)
- Vaccine Exemption Data by School District (March 5, 2015)
- Vaccine Exemptions for NM Public School District in 2014-2015 School Year (Infectious Disease)
- Vaccine Exemptions by County in 2014 Calendar Year (Infectious Disease)
- Tuberculosis Case Rates by County and Region 2014 (Infectious Disease)
- Sexually Transmitted Diseases Surveillance Report 2013 (Infectious Disease)
- Early Latent Syphilis Cases 1999-2007 by Age, Sex & County (Infectious Disease)
- Tuberculosis Case Rates by County and Region 2013 (Infectious Disease)
- STD Case Reporting Form (Form)
- NMSIIS Borrowing Registry Quick Reference Guide (Guide)
- NMSIIS Data Exchange Quick Reference Card & Frequently Asked Questions (Help)
- VFC Vaccine Return Form (Form)
- School & Daycare Immunization Requirements 2015-2016 (Rules & Regulations)
- Certificate of Exemption from Immunization (Form)
- VFC Vaccine Administration Form (Part B) (Form)
- VFC Vacuna Forma Administración (Parte B) (Spanish Version)
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