Susan Buckley, RN, Director, Public Health
Ira Singh, MPH, Deputy Director
Donald I. Baird, MD, Health Officer


For public review:   2013 Community Health Assessment revised draft
2013 Community Health Assessment revised draft

Address:
529 I Street
Eureka, CA 95501
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Hours:
Monday-Friday:
8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Telephone:
707-445-6200
855-707-WELL (toll free)
707-445-6097 (FAX)

E-Mail:
hhsphb@co.humboldt.ca.us

What is Public Health?

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We’re glad you’re visiting our web site. If you want to learn how Public Health can help you, take a look at our Programs and Services section below, choose a subject area, and follow the links to the information you need. For up-to-date postings about current health concerns, and fact sheets on various health topics, visit Humboldt Health Alert.

Public Health is engaged in a broad range of activities designed to promote good health. We provide clinical and preventive services, and work with local health care providers and other community partners to connect people with the resources they need. We educate, advise, coach, and guide people toward healthier lives for themselves and their families. We inspect, test, monitor, inform, and enforce regulations that help keep you safe and well. We work with community design professionals to make our neighborhoods more health-promoting. We plan and prepare for emergency situations. We keep vital records of changes in our population and analyze health data.

Public Health is here for everyone, from individuals and families to the community as a whole. If you would like to speak with our staff, please refer to the contact information below.


Humboldt Health Alert (tambien en Espanol) is your resource for information about current health issues that may effect residents and visitors in Humboldt county.

Follow the link above to learn about critical issues that may impact community health and to access information that you can use to avoid illness or injury.



Public Health Programs and Services
Nurse Family Partnership
Emergency Preparedness and Response
Environmental Health
Healthy Communities
Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health
Public Health Laboratory
Public Health Nursing
Clinic Services and Immunizations



Communicable Disease Reports
CDS Contact information



Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
National Prevention Strategy
Healthy People 2020
Tick-borne Disease






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