Sick from food? If you think you (or a family member) have recently gotten sick from eating out, first call your doctor, especially if your symptoms are severe, then report the illness to us as soon as possible so we can work to try to identify the source of the illness and prevent others from getting sick.
Call 766 -7960 ext. 0 to report your illness
Foodborne illness—often called “food poisoning” or “stomach flu”— can cause symptoms like stomach pain, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, headache and fever. It can take several hours to several days to become sick after eating the contaminated food, which is why it is not always the last thing you ate. Try to think of everything you ate in the past 3 days and if anyone else has been sick. If multiple people have become sick from the same food or food establishment, this could mean there is a “foodborne illness outbreak” happening.
To learn more about foodborne illness and its common causes, go to the Washington State Department of Health website