Tuberculosis (TB) Control ProgramHarborview Medical Center
325 - 9th Ave, Box #359776
Seattle, WA 98104
Clinic hours: Appointments are required
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
8:00 am to 4:30 pm
1:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Providers, clinics, and social service agencies
- Where do I get a tuberculosis (TB) test?
Public Health - Seattle & King County no longer provides TB testing for work or school purposes. This service can be provided by your private medical provider, community health center or occupational health center in your area.
- CDC Division of Tuberculosis Elimination
Highlights include basic facts, treatment, testing and diagnosis, TB & HIV coinfection, infection control and prevention, vaccines and immunization, TB in specific populations, laboratory information, drug resistant TB and research.
Physicians are required by state law to report suspected cases of active TB to the county health department within one day. Do not wait for culture confirmation, which may take up to two months, to report the case. Delayed reporting may contribute to the development of multidrug resistance and to increased transmission of infection and disease if contact investigation is delayed. A case does not need to be referred, simply reported. Quarterly status reports on each diseased patient must be furnished to the county TB control program. Positive results of TB skin test, QuantiFERON, or TSpot do not need to be reported.
Surveillance, epidemiology and research
Our mission is to interrupt the transmission of tuberculosis in Seattle & King County