Communicable Disease Reporting

Healthcare providers, laboratories, and the public help improve the community’s health when they report cases of disease to the health department. These reports give health officials a chance to find out where the disease came from and stop its spread before other people get sick. All information reported to the health department is confidential and will not be shared.

To report a disease to the Summit County Health Department:

Call 435-333-1500 or fax 435-608-4489. After Hours and Weekends (Utah Department of Health), call 888-EPI-UTAH.

Please include in your report as much of the following information as possible:
(you may use the Confidential Morbidity Report Form – see link below)

  • Patient’s name
  • Onset date (patient began feeling ill)
  • Patient’s contact information (address, phone number)
  • Laboratory results (if available) and name of laboratory
  • Patient’s age and/or date of birth
  • Name of the disease (if known) and/or symptoms
  • Patient’s gender
  • Name of patient’s healthcare provider
Confidential Morbidity Report Form

This is a form that an individual may use to report a case of any disease to the Health Department. Please download the form, fill it out, then drop it off at the health department’s Round Valley location or fax it to 435-333-1580.

Click here to download the form.

Visit the Utah Department of Health here for instructions on how to report diseases.

List of Communicable Diseases:
The State of Utah has declared 73 conditions (i.e., diseases) to be of concern to the public health and reportable as required or authorized by the Utah Health Code. Click here for the complete list.
Chickenpox Reporting for Schools Link

Disease Information

The Summit County Health Department works with healthcare providers, other local health departments, and the Utah Department of Health to minimize the impact of disease on the community’s health. Our staff members identify cases of reportable diseases then investigate them through patient interviews, specimen sampling, and collaborative work with healthcare providers.

Contact Us

Derek Moss, Nursing Director, Summit County Health Department

650 Round Valley Drive, Park City, UT 84060
Phone: 435-333-1504 Fax: 435-608-4489