Wisconsin Tuberculosis Program

Tuberculosis in Wisconsin

Tuberculosis (TB) is a disease caused by the bacterium called Mycobacterium tuberculosis. The Wisconsin TB Program oversees, manages, and facilitates the activities and interventions needed to identify and properly treat all individuals with TB to stop its spread to others. Select an area of interest below for more information.

General information on TB, as well as resources and toolkits.

Check out this page if you are a health care provider or from a local health department.

Information on immigrant and refugee TB class B arrivals.

 

Maps and charts with TB data.

Information on the tuberculosis ordering and billing interface (TOBI).

Check out this page if you are looking for TB forms.

 

Information on the Wisconsin TB Dispensary Program, the Wisconsin TB Assistance Program, and Wisconsin TB Medicaid.

 

Questions about TB? Contact Us!
Phone: 608-261-6319 ǀ Fax: 608-266-0049

Last Revised: February 22, 2021