Mpox Information & Resources


Information for Providers

  • Healthcare providers are urged to be on alert for patients who have symptoms consistent with mpox, regardless  of gender, sexual orientation, travel or other risk factors
  • Clinicians should report all cases involving high clinical suspicion for mpox, along with an epidemiological link that warrants contact tracing, to MCDPH. Call (585)753-5555, press 3 and select "All Other Communicable Diseases."
  • Clinicians should not report cases with low clinical suspicion for mpox.
  • Providers should instruct all patients tested for mpox to isolate until receiving a negative result.

NYSDOH Mpox for Healthcare Providers

NYSDOH Guidance for Emergency Medical Services

CDC What Healthcare Professionals Should Know

Information for the General Public

UR Medicine: Making Sense of Mpox -- What You Need to Know

RRH: What to Know About Mpox

NYSDOH General Information About Mpox

Frequently Asked Questions About Mpox

What all New Yorkers Should Know About Mpox

Vaccine Information

Monroe County Mpox Vaccination