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Tuberculosis (TB) Control

The Tuberculosis (TB) Control Program at the Sonoma County Department of Health Services offers a number of services to assist both patients and health providers, including:

  • Evaluation and treatment of patients with suspected or active tuberculosis (TB)
  • Medical consultation to health providers
  • Case management
  • Health education and counseling
  • Directly Observed Therapy (DOT) in clinic and community settings

For the Community

Basic TB Facts
Source: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The Difference Between Latent TB Infection and TB Disease
Source: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Exposure to TB
Source: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The TB Control Program provides confidential testing and treatment services for TB suspects and active TB disease. Patients are seen by appointment only. Please call 565-4567.

As of March 2010, the TB Control Program does not provide TB skin tests for work clearance. Click here for a list of community clinics where you can obtain a TB skin test for work clearance. TB skins tests are also available at:

Concentra Urgent Care
6174 State Farm Drive
Rohnert Park, CA
(707) 586-4320

Concentra Urgent Care
1221 North Dutton Ave
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
Phone (707) 543-8360

Santa Rosa Junior College - Student Health Services
(for SRJC students only)
1501 Mendocino Avenue
Race Building, Room 4017
Santa Rosa CA 95401
(707) 527-4445

People with TB disease can spread infection to people they spend time with every day, such as family members or coworkers. If you think you have been around someone who has TB, call the TB Control Program at 565-4567.


For Health Providers

October 25, 2013: Active Pulmonary TB case at Local High School

The TB Control Program provides medical consultation to health providers for latent TB infection, TB suspects, and active TB cases. The TB Control Program also provides medical evaulation for TB suspects and active TB cases.

Patients can be referred to the TB Control Program by:

Disease Reporting
Health providers are mandated by Title 17 to report to the county health department within one working day cases of tuberculosis, suspect tuberculosis, positive tuberculin skin tests in children under age 5 years, and converters with documented negative skin test within the past two years. The CMR form is available online.

Pregnancy and Tuberculosis: Frequently Asked Questions (pdf)
Source: Sonoma County TB Control Program.

Communicable Disease Fact Sheet: Tuberculosis (pdf)
Source: Sonoma County Department of Health Services.


Forms, Information Sheets, and Patient Handouts

Active TB/Suspect TB/Contacts to Case Referral Form (pdf)

CMR Form

LTBI Guidelines (pdf)

Fact Sheet: 12-dose Isoniazid (INH)/Rifapentine Regimen for Latent TB Infection Treatment (pdf)
Source: California Department of Public Health.

TB Info Line

(707) 565-4567

Map and directions to the TB clinic

Provider Line

For consultation and patient referral:

(707) 565-4567

Download forms, information sheets, and patient handouts

Contact

For more information about Disease Control, please contact:
TB Control Program
DHS - Public Health Division
415 Riley Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Phone: (707) 565-4567
Fax: (707) 565-4565
Ask a Disease Control Nurse

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