- Tuberculosis Program: Consultation, diagnosis and treatment services are offered to all persons residing in Schenectady County who are infected with or who have had an exposure to tuberculosis. Tuberculin skin testing (PPD) is available by appointment for needed testing for school or work.
- STD/HIV Program: STD clinical services are provided every Tuesday from 5-7pm at Hometown Health Center located at 1044 State Street, Schenectady, New York 12307. No appointments are necessary.
- Influenza/Pneumonia Program: Influenza and Pneumonia Vaccination services are provided by Hometown Health Center. There may be a fee for this service.
- NYS Department of Health Influenza Fact Sheet
NYS Pneumococcal Disease Fact Sheet
- Communicable Diseases: Schenectady County Public Health Prevention and Patient Services in conjunction with the New York State Department of Health is responsible for communicable disease surveillance and management. Physicians and laboratories are required by law to report certain illnesses. Communicable Disease Reporting Requirements: Reporting of communicable diseases is mandated under the New York State Sanitary Code. The primary responsibility for reporting rests with the physician; however, laboratories, school nurses, day care directors, nursing homes/hospitals and state institutions are also required to report.
- NYS Communicable Disease Reporting Requirements
Communicable Disease Statistics
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