PUBLIC HEALTH ADVISORY CONCERNING FENTANYL AND FENTANYL-LACED SUBSTANCES

Viral Hepatitis Program

The goal of the Viral Hepatitis Program is to reduce the burden of viral hepatitis among high risk population across the state of Tennessee. Program staff are involved in a number of activities to achieve this goal, including:  (1) partnering with local, state and national organizations, service providers, and individuals to address viral hepatitis; (2) provide input and tools allowing for integration of hepatitis screening, counseling, testing, and education into existing health services; and (3) provide viral hepatitis-related education as needs arise.

The intent of this website is to provide the public with useful information regarding viral hepatitis. The Viral Hepatitis Program does not endorse, support, sponsor, or approve products or services provided by other parties included on this website as links, nor does it control or maintain materials posted on other parties’ websites.

For questions related surveillance or reporting requirements, contact the Surveillance Outreach Coordinator at: 615-532-8518

For questions related to education, testing, vaccination, or other prevention activities, contact the Viral Hepatitis Prevention Coordinator at: 865-549-5384 or the Viral Hepatitis Director of Clinical Services at: 615-253-7304


Tennessee Department of Health Communicable & Environmental Diseases and Emergency Preparedness (CEDEP)
4th Floor, Andrew Johnson Tower
710 James Robertson Parkway
Nashville, TN 37243

Phone: 615-741-7500
Fax: 615-741-3857