Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused
by bacterium called Chlamydia trachomatis.
It is the most commonly reported STD in Wisconsin.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Control home
fact sheet -
Information for health professionals
This is a Wisconsin Disease Surveillance Category II disease:
the patient's local public health department electronically, through the Wisconsin
Electronic Disease Surveillance System
(WEDSS), by mail or fax using the Sexually Transmitted Disease
Laboratory and Morbidity Epidemiologic Case Report F44243
or by other means within 72 hours upon recognition of a case.
Information on Communicable Disease Reporting
Wisconsin case reporting & public health follow-up guidelines: Chlamydia
Guidelines - CDC
Social Health Association (ASHA) (Exit DHS)
state and local
STD control staff
Local Health Departments - Regional offices - Tribal agencies
March 24, 2014