Welcome to the North Central Public Health District (NCPHD) Website, serving residents of Wasco, Sherman and Gilliam Counties.
Los cambios recientes a la póliza federal de emigración no afectan sus beneficios o los programas que el Distrito de Salud del Norte Central ofrece. Expertos en Salud de la Autoridad de Salud de Oregon y el Distrito de Salud del Norte Central le anima a usted y su familia a continuar los servicios de salud que usted necesita. Nosotros estamos comprometidos a proteger su información de salud de usted y su familia. Nosotros queremos que usted y su familia estén saludables y se sientan bienvenidos y sentirse cómodo en continuar obteniendo servicios de saludo de salud como también otros servicios.
The recent changes to Federal immigration policy do not affect your benefits or the programs available to you at North Central Public Health District. Health experts at the Oregon Health Authority and North Central Public Health encourage you and your family to continue to access the health services you need. We are committed to protecting your health information and your family’s. We want you and your family to stay healthy and feel welcome and comfortable in continue to obtain health services and other services.
We strive so that one day all people will live in a safe environment free from fear of preventable diseases; that all businesses, organizations and individuals will have access to health information and have the desire to promote and be responsible for a healthy lifestyle for themselves and each other.
NCPHD is responsible for enforcement and administration of public and environmental health laws of federal, state, and county government. We conduct activities necessary for the preservation of health, prevention of disease, and protection of the public. We do this by following the three core public health functions:
- Policy Development
Community & Collaboration
The 2011-2016 Community Health Assessment data for Gilliam, Sherman, and Wasco Counties is included in the current Annual Plan.
Health District Data
NCPHD is responsible for the collection of information on a range of health related issues.The information is collected to monitor the general health and well-being of Wasco, Sherman and Gilliam County citizens. These data are useful for health program development, targeting and evaluation of program progress. The information is used to identify emerging health issues and trends and can be made available for epidemiological research. Statistics are developed from the data collected to provide basic information on these health events.
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Do you work in a commercial kitchen? All commercial food workers in Oregon must obtain a food handler’s card.
Gorge Translink provides transportation to medical appointments in the Mid-Columbia River Gorge area. Call 541-296-7595 for Wasco County’s transportation services.
1:00p.m.-5:00p.m.Walk- in Clinic Hours:
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
I’m Healthy/Soy Sano! Es un programa que conecta a niños menores de 19 años que no califican para el Plan de Salud de Oregon para servicios gratuitos de atención médica. Si tiene alguna pregunta, póngase en contacto con Josie Silverman email@example.com o al 503-983-37393.
Visite el directorio estatal de socios de I’m Healthy/Soy Sano: http://www.oregon.gov/…/pages/safety-net-capacity-grant.aspx
I’m Healthy/¡Soy Sano! is a program that connects kids under 19 who do not qualify for OHP to free health care services. For questions, please contact Josie Silverman at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 503-983-3739.
Check out the statewide directory of I’m Healthy!/Soy Sano! partners: http://www.oregon.gov/…/pages/safety-net-capacity-grant.aspx
North Central Public Health District employees and fellow Board of Health members would like to thank Michael Smith for his leadership and contributions while serving as the Chair on the North Central Public Health District Board, 2012-2016.