Communicable Diseases/TB 

The purpose of the Communicable Disease (CD) Program at the Saginaw County Department of Public Health is to investigate diseases, thereby helping to promote and protect the health of the community. A communicable disease is any illness or condition that can spread to one or more persons.  To view communicable disease data trends for the past five years, click here.

Services provided include TB testing, TB treatment, hepatitis testing, hepatitis titers, and communicable disease reporting and investigation. 

To have a TB Skin Test:
TB testing is done in the Immunization Clinic of the health depatment.  Anyone wanting a TB skin test performed should go to Room 109. 
For clinic times click here.

To have a TB Skin Test Read:
TB test readings are performed by the Communicable Disease Nurse in Room 312. 

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Saginaw County Department of Public Health

1600 North Michigan Avenue
Saginaw, MI  48602
Room 312
Phone:  989-758-3887 (Nurse) or 989-758-3880

Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.