Public Health Reports

The St. Charles County Department of Public Health is committed to the protection and enhancement of health and the quality of life for all members of our community by assessment of health and environmental status, development of policies and priorities, and assurance that there is an appropriate response to needs.

  

Influenza Weekly Reports


Latest Report | Past Reports
The influenza season typically runs from late fall to early spring. To provide more information on the tracking of flu activity this year, the St. Charles County Epidemiologist issues a weekly Influenza Report. If you would like to receive these reports via email, please subscribe to receive periodic Department of Public Health "News Flash" announcements through our Notify Me module or follow us on social media.

St. Charles County medical professionals should fax their flu diagnosis reports to the Division of Health Services Epidemiologist each week during flu season. The fax number is 636-949-7414.


Communicable Disease Annual Reports


Latest Report | Past Reports
Totals include probable and confirmed CD reports among St. Charles County residents. This report does not contain information on STD’s and Influenza, they are in separate reports.


Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) Quarterly Reports


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In September 2016, the St. Charles County Council voted unanimously to participate in the St. Louis County Prescription Drug Monitoring Program, which is comprised of a collection of jurisdictions across Missouri. The PDMP monitors the prescribing and dispensing of schedule II-IV controlled substances to assist the identification and prevention of prescription drug misuse and abuse. Aggregate and de-identified data from this system is reported quarterly to participating counties.

For more information on the PDMP, please visit the St. Louis County Department of Public Health website.


Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) Annual Reports


Latest Report | Past Reports
Totals include probable and confirmed STD's reports among St. Charles County residents.