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Tuberculosis
Ohio Department of Health's (ODH) Tuberculosis program services include: Assistance and consultation to local health departments and other allied agencies for prevention and control, administration of state grants to local agencies to provide expansion of TB control activities, collection, reporting, and analysis of statewide data, and ongoing public and professional education, to name a few.

The ODH TB Program provides a number of services including:
 

  • Assistance and consultation to local health departments and other allied agencies for implementation of effective TB prevention and control programs
  • Administer state grants to local agencies to provide expansion of local TB control activities
  • Collect, report, and analyze statewide TB surveillance and morbidity data
  • Provide technical support for the Ohio Disease Reporting System (ODRS) TB Module
  • Monitor surveillance information received from local areas for completeness and accuracy
  • Provide ongoing public and professional TB education and information
  • Ensure local TB program quality by evaluating activities related to program objectives
  • Provide updated technical information to local TB agencies and other allied agencies

News


Interruption in the Supply of Cycloserine
12/10/2018: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has learned of an interruption in the supply of cycloserine, which is likely to last for at least the next several weeks.

Get in touch

Tuberculosis Unit
Ohio Department of Health
Bureau of Infectious Diseases
246 N. High Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215

Phone: (614) 466-2381
Fax: (614) 387-2132
E-mail: TBprogram@odh.ohio.gov

Monday - Friday 8AM to 5PM