Bunnell, Fla. -- The Florida Department of Health is offering free screenings for Hepatitis during the month of July as part of its expanded hepatitis treatment program. The testing comes as hepatitis rates continue to rise throughout Florida.
- Lieutenant Governor Jeanette Nuñez And Florida Surgeon General Scott A. Rivkees Meet With Martin County Stakeholders And Community Leaders To Discuss Hepatitis A Outbreak
- FDOH Urges Summer Safety with Tips for Swimming, Grilling and Chilling
- Florida Department of Health Encourages Safety this 4th of July
- Lieutenant Governor Jeanette Nunez and Florida Surgeon General Scott A. Rivkees Confirm CDC to Partner in Hepatitis A Outbreak Response
- Florida Residents and Visitors Urged to Prepare for Hurricane Season
- Beat the School Rush with Free Immunizations at the Flagler Health Department
- Florida Health Department Reminds Residents to Start Preparing for Hurricane Season
- Florida Health in Flagler Thanks Nurses During National Nurses Week
- Flagler County Residents and Visitors Encouraged to Get Vaccinated Against Measles
Each year, the County Health Rankings & Roadmaps tool provides snapshots of the health of US counties and emphasizes that health is a combined work in progress that includes local government, state agencies, non-profit organizations, health care facilities, business groups, schools, faith-based organizations and other stakeholders. These rankings use data related to health behaviors (tobacco use, exercise, healthy eating), social and economic factors (income, education, employment), access to clinical care and physical environment, as influences on our health.
This year, the Florida Department of Health in Flagler County exceeded its long-term goal of breaking into the top ten healthiest counties in Florida. Health Officer Robert Snyder called the change in ranking, a five-point jump from 14 to 9, a major accomplishment.Read the press release
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