Libraries Disease Summary ReportsSyndromic Surveillance ReportsEducational MaterialsDX Lists FormReportable Diseases Pictures Epidemiology Home Emerging Health Issues Disease Surveillance Programs Disease Reporting Data and Reports Meaningful Use Health Alerts Resources and Links Contact Us Epidemiology Reportable Diseases Physicians, hospitals, and laboratories are required by law to submit reports of communicable disease and other situations that pose a threat to the public health. Chapter 1 of Control of Communicable Diseases Regulations in the Nebraska Administrative Code sets the reporting requirements for diseases, conditions, poisonings, organisms, and events. What to Report? Nebraska Reportable Disease Chart Reportable diseases regulations (Title 173 Chapter 1) Where to Report? Douglas County physicians, hospitals & laboratories, submit reports to: Douglas County Health Department Epidemiology 1111 South 41st STOmaha, NE 68105 Phone: 402-444-7214 Lancaster County physicians, hospitals & laboratories, submit reports to: Lincoln-Lancaster County Health DeptCommunicable Diseases3140 N STLincoln, NE 68510-1514Phone: 402-441-8053, Fax: 402-441-6205 All other counties' physicians, hospitals & laboratories submit reports to: Nebraska DHHS Division of Public Health Office of EpidemiologyPO Box 95026Lincoln, NE 68509-5026Phone: 402-471-2937, Fax: 402-471-3601 Electronic Laboratory Reporting Electronic Laboratory Reporting (ELR) is the electronic transmission of laboratory reports to public health of laboratory reports which identify reportable conditions. ELR allows facilities to improve reporting timelines and reduce manual data entry. For more information, visit the Electronic Laboratory Reporting page. Reporting Forms Health Care Provider Confidential Disease Report Form Laboratory Reporting Form for Diseases, Poisonings, and Organisms Adult HIV Confidential Case Report Form Pediatric HIV Confidential Case Report Form Special Microbiology Requisition Epidemiology Home Epidemiology and Informatics Unit Home Documents in PDF format require the use of Adobe Acrobat Reader which can be downloaded for free from Adobe Systems, Inc.