Diseases notifiable under Section 30 of the Public and Environmental Health Act

Notification as soon as practicable, but in any event within 3 days of suspicion of diagnosis.
As at 10 January 2002

3     Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)

(    Anthrax

*    Arbovirus infections, other

(    Australian bat lyssavirus infection

*    Barmah Forest virus infection

(    Botulism (C. botulism causing food poisoning)

*    Brucellosis

*    Campylobacter infection

3     Chlamydia trachomatis, genital only

*    Chlamydia pneumoniae infection

(    Cholera

*    Cryptosporidiosis

*    Dengue virus infection

(    Diphtheria

3     Donovanosis

(    Food poisoning (including Botulism)

3     Gonococcal infection

(    Haemolytic Uraemic Syndrome (HUS/TTP)

(    Haemophilus influenzae infection, invasive

(    Haemorrhagic fevers

*    Hepatitis A

3     Hepatitis B

3     Hepatitis C

*    Hepatitis, other viral

3     HIV infection

*    Hydatid disease

(    Japanese Encephalitis virus infection

*    Kunjin virus infection

*    Legionella longbeachae

(    Legionella pneumophila

*    Legionella, other species

*    Leprosy

*    Leptospirosis

*    Listeriosis

*    Malaria

(    Measles

(    Meningococcal disease, invasive

*    Mumps

(    Murray Valley Encephalitis virus infection

v     Mycobacterial infection, non-tuberculous 

v     Mycobacterial infection, tuberculosis

(    Paratyphoid infection

*    Pertussis (Whooping cough)

(    Plague

*    Pneumococcal disease, invasive

(    Poliomyelitis

*    Psittacosis/Ornithosis

*    Q fever

(    Rabies

*    Ross River virus infection

*    Rubella and Congenital Rubella Syndrome

*    Salmonella infection

(    Shiga Toxin Capable/Producing
E. Coli infection (STEC)

*    Shigella infection

3     Syphilis/Congenital Syphilis

*    Tetanus

v     Tuberculosis

(    Typhoid infection

*    Varicella-zoster infection
(chickenpox and shingles)

(    Viral haemorrhagic fevers

*    Whooping cough (Pertussis)

(    Yellow fever

*    Yersinia infection

KEY

(    Urgent notification. Contact the Communicable Disease Control Branch as soon as possible on phone 8226-7177 (24 hour paging service).

*    Routine notification. Post or fax the Report of notifiable disease or related death form to CDC Branch, Reply paid service No. 11, PO Box 6, RUNDLE MALL, SA, 5000 or confidential fax to 8226-7197.

3    Requires notification to STD Control Branch. A special form will be forwarded automatically to the doctor upon a positive laboratory result, or phone 8226-6025 for a copy.

v    Routine notification. Post the Report of notifiable disease or related death form to SA Tuberculosis Service, 275 North Terrace, ADELAIDE SA 5000 or phone 8222-5483.

 

Obtained from: http://www.dh.sa.gov.au/pehs/topics/topic-notifiable-diseases.htm