The Tuberculosis Program seeks to reduce the incidence of tuberculosis (TB) through surveillance, education and clinical services delivered within a collaborative multiagency system. A wide spectrum of educational services coupled with a network of contracted tuberculosis clinics and multidisciplinary projects creates a comprehensive prevention and treatment strategy. Provision of these services involves a cooperative working relationship with local boards of health and other community agencies, to ensure that needs are met and to build community capacity to respond to TB-related health issues.
- Report a Case of Tuberculosis (TB) or Latent TB Infection
- Advisories and Alerts
- Information for Patients and Providers
- Treatment Recommendations and Case Management
- Screening and Testing
- Epidemiology and Statistics
Division of Global Populations and Infectious Disease, TB Program
Hinton State Laboratory Institute
305 South Street
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
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