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HIV, STD and Hepatitis Branch

 Reports and Statistics Archive

For more information, phone 619-293-4700 or send us an email.

This page has links to reports and statistics released prior to 2010 related to HIV/AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) in San Diego County, including publications by the HIV, STD and Hepatitis Branch (HSHB).

For more HIV/AIDS-related reports and data please visit the County of San Diego HIV/AIDS Epidemiology Unit's page  .

STD Monthly Reports for San Diego County
Reports include monthly and cumulative (year-to-date) cases and rates for reportable STDs in San Diego County and an Editorial Note

Month published:Editorial Note Title




STD Quarterly Reports for San Diego County

STD Articles in San Diego Physician Magazine

Physicians' Bulletins

STD and Viral Hepatitis Fact Sheets for San Diego County

STDHEP Email News Bulletins

STDHEP emails are bulletins are intended for medical professionals and are sent out several times a year. To join the STDHEP listserv, please send an email to with "Join" in the subject line and include your name, organization and phone number.

Requests for STD-Related Data

Routine STD surveillance data are disseminated in monthly surveillance reports available on this web page. Please email for requests for STD-related data that are not included in those reports. Please specify which data are being requested and what the data will be used for. We recommend at least two weeks’ notice for most data requests, although requests for substantial amounts of data might take longer. Data will be provided at the discretion of the County.

For more information, phone 619-293-4700 or send us an email.