Immunization, Tuberculosis, and International Health (ITIH) Section
ITIH provides guidance and support to local public health agencies and providers of immunizations in Minnesota.
Immunization Basics | MIIC (Registry) l For Health Care Providers | For Child Care Providers | For School Health Personnel | For Travelers | Diseases Prevented by Vaccines | Immunization Laws | Immunization Statistics | Vaccine Safety
- International (Refugee) Health
The Refugee Health Program site offers background information on the Minnesota Refugee Health Program, state refugee demographics and health screening data, a guide to refugee health screening for health care providers, and publications of the program, including translations. In addition, an extensive list of links to other refugee health sites (federal, NGO, and publications related to refugee health) is available.
Health Care Provider Resources | Refugee Demographic and Health Screening Data | Refugee Topics | Minnesota Refugee Health Resources | Metro Immigrant and Refugee Health Network | About the Refugee Health Program
The mission of the Minnesota Department of Health Tuberculosis (TB) Program is to prevent and control the transmission of TB in Minnesota. The TB Program collects and analyzes surveillance data to monitor epidemiologic trends; provides consultation to clinicians and local public health departments to assure appropriate clinical management and adequate therapy for TB patients and persons exposed to TB disease; collaborates with community-based organizations and voluntary agencies to reach communities affected by TB; provides TB-related education for health-care providers, public health professionals, and the general public; and coordinates and administers a statewide program to provide TB medications free of charge.