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What We Do

The HIV/STD Surveillance Unit analyzes sexually transmitted infection (STI) data and creates reports to inform public health officials, health departments, health providers, and the public about the current status of HIV/AIDS and other STIs in North Carolina.

All individually identifying information reported to the Division of Public Health is confidential and protected by law. Surveillance information is shared routinely and voluntarily with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and public health partners and practitioners throughout the state in a manner compliant with HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act).

Special Note: For 2014 data, we are not producing a book-format State Epidemiologic Profile. Profile data tables (located in Appendix D in 2013 North Carolina HIV/STD Epidemiologic Profile) have been included in the 2014 North Carolina HIV/STD Surveillance Report (see Annual Reports). We will also be producing a standard slide set and fact sheets; these will be made available on our website over time, starting in early fall 2015.




Most Recent:

Most Recent: HIV Infection Fact Sheet

  North Carolina HIV/STD Epidemiologic Profile  
  Annual Reports
  Quarterly Reports  
  Fact Sheets  
  Special Reports  



Coming Soon:

North Carolina HIV/STD Quarterly
Surveillance Report: Vol. 2015, No. 4
(January 2016)

  How to Report