Communicable Disease Control & Prevention

Disease Surveillance and Investigation

The District Epidemiologist and Communicable Disease Nurses perform follow-up investigations on all diseases considered reportable by the Code of Virginia and the State Board of Health. View the Virginia Reportable Disease List here.  To view Disease Fact Sheets in English and Spanish, please visit the VDH Office of Epidemiology website.

To report a disease to the health district, please complete the VDH Confidential Morbidity Report (Epi-1) form and submit it to the Woodbridge Clinic or Manassas Clinic. Healthcare professionals seeking additional information on disease control and regulation should visit the VDH Office of Epidemiology website.

Other communicable disease services include:

  • Collecting and analyzing data on reportable diseases
  • Performing surveillance for communicable diseases and illnesses of public health significance
  • Providing counseling and education to clients with reportable diseases
  • Investigating outbreaks of disease in the community
  • Partnering with schools and child care programs to encourage communicable disease prevention and surveillance
  • Acting as the liaison between medical providers and the Virginia Department of Consolidated Laboratory Services (DCLS) when certain laboratory testing is required

Immunization Services

Immunization services are available by appointment in both our Manassas and Woodbridge clinic sites.

For an appointment call:

Manassas Clinic:  703-792-6300      Woodbridge Clinic:  703-792-7300

Please bring current immunization record at time of visit.  If you/your child have Medicaid or private insurance, please bring the current Medicaid or insurance card at time of visit.

Please Note:  Certain charges may apply.

International Travel Immunizations:  By scheduled appointment only at the Woodbridge Clinic 703-792-7300.

Forms and Documents

CHS1A Consent for Health Care English

CHS1A Consent for Health Care Spanish

HIPAA Authorization for Disclosure English

HIPAA Authorization for Disclosure Spanish

Registration Form for Immunizations

CHS1A Consent for Health Care English

CHS1A Consent for Health Care Spanish

HIPAA Authorization for Disclosure English

HIPAA Authorization for Disclosure Spanish

Registration Form for Immunizations


Tuberculosis (TB) Services

The Prince William Health District provides the following Tuberculosis (TB) services to the community:

  • Tuberculin Risk Assessment with tuberculin skin testing if indicated for work/school clearance
  • Chest X-Ray and treatment recommendations for positive skin test individuals
  • Diagnosis, treatment, case management or co-management with private physicians for all cases and suspected cases of tuberculosis
  • Evaluation of individuals exposed to a case of active tuberculosis

Services are provided at a low cost or sliding scale fee, based on financial eligibility.

Tuberculosis screening services are available by appointment in both our Manassas and Woodbridge Clinics.  For an appointment call:

Manassas Clinic:  703-792-6300    Woodbridge Clinic:  703-792-7300

Forms and Documents

Tuberculin Skin Testing (PPD) Registration Information TB PPD Registration Information English / TB PPD Registration Information Spanish

 


Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Clinic Services

Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Clinic Services

The Prince William Health District offers STI screening, detection, treatment and education in Manassas and Woodbridge.  These services are available by appointment.  For more information, call:

Manassas Clinic:  703-792-6300    Woodbridge Clinic:  703-792-7300

Services offered during STI clinics include:

  • Services for the detection, screening and treatment of STIs;
  • Confidential HIV testing, counseling and education;
  • STI education, information and referral to other services as appropriate;
  • Risk reduction counseling.

Due to a change in the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) policy on May 22, 2017, you will be asked to provide your health insurance information and proof of household income for the services you receive.

Affordable Care Act Health Insurance Requirements

In 2010, the Federal Government enacted the Affordable Care Act requiring individuals to obtain health insurance to help pay for health care services.

If you do not have health insurance, please ask the registration staff for additional information.  You can also find information on how to obtain an insurance policy at www.coverva.org or www.healthcare.gov

Forms and Documents

Disease Information and Data: VDH Office of Epidemiology, Division of Disease Prevention
Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Clinic Forms: HIPAA Authorization for Disclosure English
HIPAA Authorization for Disclosure Spanish