The HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program collects, analyzes, interprets, and shares information about new and existing cases of HIV and AIDS infection in Hawai‘i. The program also:
- Serves as the primary source for monitoring trends in HIV infection in Hawai‘i;
- Maintains a network with hospitals, physicians, laboratories and other medical facilities to promote accurate and timely reporting of diagnosed HIV and AIDS cases;
- Maintains an information network between the Hawai‘i Department of Health and other HIV/AIDS surveillance programs nationwide.
Hawaii HIV Surveillance Reports
The surveillance program releases an annual report with non-identifiable data displayed by age, race, sex, transmission category, and county. Also included are the population rates of HIV diagnoses, the number of people living with HIV, and the number of people who are receiving HIV medical care (where appropriate).
Annual Surveillance Reports (by year of publication)
Hawaii HIV Epidemiologic Profile (by year of publication)
Hawai‘i HIV Surveillance Case Reporting Resources
- To make a case report, go to the Disease Reporting Page. This page includes reporting forms and information on HIV/AIDS reporting rules, policies, and confidentiality.
- Please report new diagnoses within three working days of confirmation.
Last Updated November 15, 2021