Our TB program is committed to protecting our community from the spread of TB by providing coordinated care to persons with active TB disease, their close contacts and other persons at high risk for latent tuberculosis infection (LTBI), and to manage complicated TB patients. In addition, we provide community healthcare and non-healthcare provider training and technical assistance related to TB control and prevention; assure accurate case reporting; perform program monitoring and evaluation. For information on the CDC Division of TB Elimination visit www.cdc.gov/tb.
TB Skin Testing - Please call 407-665-3243 to schedule.
Treatment for Latent TB Infection - initial assessment and medication, and monthly medication refills.
Active TB Management - medication administration through directly observed therapy and home visits, routine assessments and monitoring, and required lab testing and chest x-rays provided at the Sanford office.
Refugee Health Assessments - includes vaccinations, testing, and immigration form completion and validation. Assessments done by appointment.
World TB Day
On March 24th each year, we recognize World TB Day with various activities to educate our community about TB. Here is more information on World TB Day.
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No Matter Your Age Get Tested. If you suspect that you have tuberculosis, please get yourself checked. Your doctor can perform the test needed, or if you do not have a personal physician, contact us at 407-665-3000. We have trained professionals who will assist you and answer any questions you may have.
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