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The Oklahoma State Department of Health and Sexual Health and Harm Reduction (SHHR) work closely with healthcare providers and facilities in the state to ensure the rapid and effective identification and treatment of sexually transmitted infection. State law mandates reporting procedures for some infections and SHHR tries to make that process as simple as possible for healthcare providers. In addition, we offer a range of educational and prevention materials for providers as well as links to data and other sources of information.

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Learn more about training materials and publications offered by SHHR.

The state of Oklahoma requires the collection of data on HIV, STI and Hepatitis C (HCV) cases. Information is collected from many sources, such as healthcare providers, laboratories, and vital records offices (birth and death certificates).  

Cases of diseases may be reported through official forms or by using the electronic reporting system. HIV, STI, and Hepatitis C (HCV) surveillance is the ongoing collection, analysis, interpretation, and communicating of data regarding new and existing cases of these diseases.

HIV, STI, and HCV surveillance data is used by local, county, state, and federal agencies to monitor trends in STI transmission; to assist in planning, implementation, and evaluation of programs and interventions; and to help officials and healthcare providers better understand the impact of STI in the state, including populations who are most affected and those who are in need of prevention and care services. 

We provide tables, fact sheets, and presentations on the trends of HIV, STI, and HCV surveillance data in Oklahoma. These documents are updated annually and designed to assist experts and researchers in targeting and identifying a population currently being diagnosed with a particular disease to assist you in better targeting your services for prevention or treatment.  

Data Request Form

To Request HIV/STD Statistics/Data  

Downloadable PDF or ZIP file with data.


Images of Syphilis

WARNING: This links below contain pictures of syphilis sores, which can be subtle or very obvious. These photos show explicit presentations of syphilis sores on genitals and other body parts. Please DO NOT use these photos to self-diagnose. Syphilis is sometimes called "The Great Imitator" as it can look like many other conditions. If you have signs or symptoms that concern you, please see a healthcare provider, or visit your local health department.

Contact Information

Mailing Address:
Oklahoma State Department of Health
Sexual Health and Harm Reduction Services
123 Robert S. Kerr Ave, Ste 1702
Oklahoma City, OK 73102-6406

Physical Address:
Oklahoma State Department of Health
Sexual Health and Harm Reduction Services
123 Robert S. Kerr Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK

Phone: (405) 426-8400

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