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HIV/AIDS Reporting and Statistics

Why is it important to report HIV and AIDS cases?

Reporting HIV/AIDS cases is vitally important to efforts to characterize the epidemic in Kentucky, gather resources for the fight against HIV/AIDS and maximize limited resources by directing assets to areas where they are likely to have the greatest impact. Funding for HIV-related medical services and treatment is directly related to the number of cases reported.

How do I report a case?

The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Case Report Guidelines requires use of these forms to report HIV or AIDS cases as described in 902 KAR 2:020, Section 7:

Pediatric Confidential Case Form (pdf, 451k)
(for patients younger than 13 at time of diagnosis)

Adult Confidential Form (pdf, 441k)
(for patients 13 or older at time of diagnosis)

For assistance in determining a client's risk factor, please read
CDC Technical Guidance for Risk Factor Ascertainment (pdf, 419k)

Reporting from North Central Kentucky

For reports from Jefferson, Henry, Oldham, Bullitt, Spencer, Shelby and Trimble counties contact:

Nichelle Anderson at (502) 574-6574

Case reports can be mailed to:

Louisville Metro Health Department
400 E. Gray Street
Louisville, KY 40202
Attn: Nichelle Anderson

Please place case forms inside two sealed envelopes, both marked "Confidential".

Reporting from all other Counties

For all other county reports contact:

Julie Nakayima, Epidemiologist
(866) 510-0008

Case reports can be mailed to:

Kentucky Department for Public Health
275 E. Main St., HS2E-C
Frankfort, KY 40621
Attn: Julie Nakayima

Please place case forms inside two sealed envelopes, both marked "Confidential".

HIV/AIDS Semi-Annual Reports
Fact Sheets


Kentucky's New HIV Hotline

Kentucky HIV Hotline 844-294-2448


24 Hours

Staffed by healthcare professionals

Free to public


Last Updated 11/9/2017