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How and Where to Report

Disease Reporting for Oregonians

Please see the Electronic Laboratory Reporting and Electronic Case Reporting pages for information about establishing automated, electronic reporting for reportable acute and communicable diseases.

If unable to report electronically, health care providers are encouraged to manually enter reports using the secure, confidential 'Online Morbidity Report' portal. Case reports entered are automatically routed to the appropriate local health department, provided the patient's residential address is correctly submitted.

A final option is to submit information directly to your local public health authority by faxing the fillable template or calling by telephone.

Confidential Oregon Morbidity Report Portal

Online Morbidity Report

May 11, 2023: The Oregon Morbidity Report returns to being used for all disease reporting,
including MIS-C and MIS-A.  

Please only submit report case information for residents of Oregon.

Local Public Health Authority Reporting

  • A fillable PDF reporting form is available if your facility is only able report via fax to your Local Public Health Authority.
  • pdf icon List of Local Public Health Authorities
  • pdf icon Communicable disease reporting numbers by county -English
  • pdf icon Communicable disease reporting numbers by county -Spanish

  • Past Requirements

    The COVID-19 federal emergency has ended and the current reporting requirement is no longer being enforced, read the May 10th news release for more information.

    If your organization would like to find out more about REALD and SOGI reporting options, please contact or visit the Equity and Inclusion Division website.


    When in doubt, feel free to contact us by telephone or FAX.


    FAX 971-673-1100

    Note: HIPAA requires physicians and covered entities to keep an accounting of disclosures of protected health information, including to public health authorities.