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 Provider Survey to be Launched February-March 2019

Oregon’s Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP) will be conducting an online survey starting in February 2019 to ask primary care providers about their current lead screening behaviors and potential barriers for screening. A random sample of providers will be selected for this survey, and participation is strongly encouraged if you have been selected.

CLPPP has asked Program Design and Evaluation Services, an evaluation unit within the Public Health Division, to help conduct this survey. If you have any questions, please contact the survey director, David Dowler, at (971) 673-0598 or david.dowler@state.or.us.


Reporting of Blood Lead Test Results

  • By law, Oregon laboratories and clinicians must report ALL blood lead test results to the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) within seven working days.
  • ELEVATED blood lead test results must be reported to OHA within one working day.

For more on the reporting and investigation requirements, see the Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR) 333-017, 333-018 and 333-019.

Please do not send blood lead test results to OHA through unsecure email. Use ProofPoint to set up a secure OHA email, or use the secure email available through your facility.

Reporting Form

  • Elevated Blood Lead Test Reporting Form (pdf)
    If not reporting electronically, use this form to report an elevated blood lead test result to OHA. Send elevated test results to OHA within one-working day via secure fax at 971-673-0457.  

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