Reporting a Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) - Minnesota Dept. of Health

Reporting a Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD)

Minnesota state law (Communicable Disease Rule, Chapter 4605: with Notations Pertaining to Sexually Transmitted Diseases [STDs]) requires physicians, health care facilities, and laboratories to report all laboratory-confirmed cases of AIDS, chancroid, chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV and syphilis directly to the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH).

Confidential STD Case Report Form (PDF)

HIV/AIDS Confidential Case Report Forms

  • Submit only original forms to MDH - do not print or copy this form.

Reportable Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Includes information on how to report each disease.

On-line STD Reporting Survey
If you or your clinic are interested in testing our on-line STD reporting provider portal, please complete our short survey.  We will contact you with log in information and instructions.

Frequently Asked Questions about STD Reporting
MDH fact sheet on STD reporting

STD Surveillance Statistics
The reports use graphs, tables and text to provide descriptions of STD infections diagnosed in Minnesota.

STD/HIV Partner Services Program
A brochure designed for health providers, information is provided about the program that assists HIV or STD infected persons notify their partners about their potential exposure. The brochure may be downloaded for duplication purposes.

General Information on STDs
MDH home page on STDs

Updated Thursday, September 17, 2015 at 12:45PM