Frequently Asked Questions

Domestic Refugee Health Program

The Domestic Refugee Health Program was established to facilitate collaboration between the Division of Global Migration and Quarantine, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and its domestic partners, to: improve the healthcare of refugees after their arrival in the United States, initiate surveillance activities to monitor medical conditions identified post-arrival, work together to ensure adequate follow-up of refugees with medical conditions identified overseas, and strengthen the resources available for post-arrival health assessments and follow-up activities.

Definitions and Entities

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Immigration

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Medical Examination: General Information

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Medical Examination: Technical Instructions

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Medical Examination: Tuberculosis Evaluation and Testing

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Medical Examination: Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)

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Medical Examination: Vaccinations

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Medical Screening: Domestic Guidance and Recommendations

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Notifications and the Electronic Disease Notification (EDN) System

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