Communicable Disease Control Branch - About us fact sheet
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Provide a summary core business description of the Communicable Disease Control Branch, Department for Health and Wellbeing
The Communicable Disease Control Branch (CDCB) is part of the Public Health and Clinical Systems Division and aims to reduce the incidences of communicable and infectious diseases in South Australia. The Branch comprises of the following sections:
For further information on CDCB or to contact a specific branch within CDCB:
Phone: 1300 232 272
Fax: (08) 7425 6696
Postal address: PO Box 6 Rundle Mall SA 5000
Reporting to the Director of the Communicable Disease Control Branch, the HIV Case Coordinator coordinates SA Health's management system for people whose ongoing behaviours are placing others at risk of HIV transmission. The process is detailed in the Chief Public Health Officer’s protocol the SA Code for the Case Management of Behaviours That Present a Risk for HIV Transmission (PDF 290KB) and summarised in a brief fact sheet (PDF 138KB) for staff and the general public.
See Immunisation and Immunisation for health professionals for more information.
Data and Corporate Services provides support and administrative services to all sections of Communicable Disease Control Branch including, but not limited to: