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How are HIV/AIDS cases reported?

  • Cases are reported on the CDC HIV/AIDS Case Report form that is part of the reporting packet available from the surveillance staff.
  • The completed HIV/AIDS Case Report form is to be mailed directly to the HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program.
      Attn: Vicki Hogan
      Division of STD, HIV, and Hepatitis
      350 Capitol Street, Rm 125
      Charleston, WV 25301
  • The reporting packet contains a pre-addressed, postage paid envelope in which the case report can be mailed.
  • The surveillance staff is available upon request to come to a provider’s office to complete the CDC HIV/AIDS Case Report form.
  • It is required by law 64 CSR 64.

Reporting Forms

Contact

For more information, call the West Virginia HIV/AIDS & STD Hotline:

1-800-642-8244

Trained professionals are available to speak with you weekdays (except holidays) from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. We can answer your questions about HIV/AIDS and other STDs in West Virginia, how to protect yourself, how to be tested, and how to get treatment.