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Oregon’s Public Health Division promotes and encourages healthy behaviors for Oregonians to protect themselves against disease and potential injury.
We collaborate with health care providers and local health departments, as well as state and national government agencies, to help communities and individuals in Oregon protect their health.
Information about reportable and contagious diseases, infections and outbreaks.
Information about public health policies, systems and environments that promote health and aid in the prevention and management of chronic disease.
Information about HIV, other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), and viral hepatitis - including services for community members and resources for providers.
Information for individuals and families who are impacted by inherited conditions or birth defects, and for policy makers and health care providers.
Information about getting immunized, school requirements, resources for health care providers, and immunization data for Oregon.
Find Oregon injury and fatality data, which is used to identify prevention strategies, plan interventions and evaluate outcomes.
Disease information and resources for health partners
Disease information and resources for health partners including disease reporting, investigative guidelines and data.
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