Arizona Administrative Code
Title 9 - HEALTH SERVICES
Chapter 6 - DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICE - COMMUNICABLE DISEASES AND INFESTATIONS
Article 10 - HIV-RELATED TESTING AND NOTIFICATION
Section R9-6-1006 - Notification

Universal Citation: AZ Admin Code R 9-6-1006

Current through Register Vol. 30, No. 12, March 22, 2024

A. The Department or the Department's designee shall confidentially notify an individual reported to be at risk for HIV infection, as required under A.R.S. § 36-664(I), if all of the following conditions are met:

1. The Department receives the report of risk for HIV infection in a document that includes the following:
a. The name and address of the individual reported to be at risk for HIV infection or enough other identifying information about the individual to enable the individual to be recognized and located,

b. The name and address of the HIV-infected individual placing the individual named under subsection (A)(1)(a) at risk for HIV infection,

c. The name and address of the individual making the report, and

d. The type of exposure placing the individual named under subsection (A)(1)(a) at risk for HIV infection;

2. The individual making the report is in possession of confidential HIV-related information; and

3. The Department determines that the information provided in the report is accurate and contains sufficient detail to:
a. Indicate that the exposure described as required in subsection (A)(1)(d) constitutes a significant exposure for the individual reported to be at risk for HIV infection, and

b. Enable the individual reported to be at risk for HIV infection to be recognized

B. As authorized under A.R.S. § 36-136(M), the Department shall notify the superintendent of a school district in a confidential document that a pupil of the school district tested positive for HIV if the Department determines that:

1. The pupil places others in the school setting at risk for HIV infection; and

2. The school district has an HIV policy that includes the following provisions:
a. That a school shall not exclude a pupil who tested positive for HIV from attending school or school functions or from participating in school activities solely due to HIV infection;

b. That school district personnel who are informed that a pupil tested positive for HIV shall keep the information confidential; and

c. That the school district shall provide HIV-education programs to pupils, parents or guardians of pupils, and school district personnel through age-appropriate curricula, workshops, or in-service training sessions.

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