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November 4, 2019

Health Advisory Lifted for Lake Cascade

Valley County — Central District Health (CDH) and the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) have lifted a health advisory for Lake Cascade that was issued September 6, 2019 due to a harmful algal bloom (HAB). After regular monitoring, and water sample collection and testing, DEQ confirmed levels have returned to normal and toxin levels are below the safety threshold. Read More


September 26, 2019

Central District Health and Boise School District Partnering on Tuberculosis Investigation

Boise, ID — Central District Health (CDH) has recently received notice from a local health professional of a person diagnosed with active Tuberculosis (TB). CDH learned that a limited number of students and staff at Capital High School may have been exposed to this person with tuberculosis (TB) during January through May of the 2018-19 school year. Read More


September 10, 2019

Idaho WIC begins transition this week to an electronic benefits system

The Idaho Women, Infants & Children (WIC) program is switching from paper checks to an electronic benefits system, called eWIC, which will distribute benefits onto a card that is used like a debit card.
eWIC will roll out in southern Idaho starting Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019, and will expand to the rest of the state in October. eWIC will give families amore convenient and efficient way to shop for healthy, WIC-approved foods such as fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, dairy products, juice, baby formula, and baby foods. Read More


September 6, 2019

Health advisory issued for Lake Cascade in Valley County

Cascade, ID — Central District Health (CDH) and the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) have issued a health advisory for Lake Cascade due to the presence of a cyanobacteria Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB). Recent water samples taken indicate concentrations of toxin-producing cyanobacteria are present that may be harmful to humans and animals. Those with liver or kidney damage are at an increased risk of illness. Read More


August 21, 2019

Bat Found in Valley County Tests Positive for Rabies

The bat was found in the yard of a residence in the McCall area. There was no human contact, but a dog that possibly came into contact with the bat was given a rabies booster vaccine. Read more on protecting youself and pets against rabies, HERE.


August 16, 2019

Health advisory issued for Little Camas Reservoir in Elmore County

Central District Health (CDH) and the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) have issued a health advisory for Little Camas Reservoir located in Elmore County. Residents are urged to use caution when recreating in or near the water. Currently, 16 advisories are in place throughout Idaho. Health advisories issued by CDH and DEQ on July 31, 2019 for Mountain Home Reservoir (Elmore County) and Indian Creek and Blacks Creek Reservoirs (Ada County) remain in effect. Read More


August 15, 2019

Ada County Bat Tests Positive for Rabies; Central District Health encourages caution and protection for people and their pets

A bat found in the backyard of a Meridian home has tested positive for rabies. This is the first rabid bat reported in the Treasure Valley and increases the state’s rabid bat count to six so far this season. There was no human contact with the bat; however, a dog that may have had contact with the bat was given a rabies booster vaccine as a precaution. The bat was safely collected and submitted for testing. Read More


August 13, 2019

Hepatitis A confirmed in Meridian food service employee;
Additional potential exposure dates and timeframes added in recent case

A case of hepatitis A has been confirmed in a food service employee who worked while contagious at the Frontier Club, located at 116 E. Broadway Ave. in Meridian. Read More


August 9, 2019

Hepatitis A case confirmed in food service worker Central District Health offering free vaccine to impacted patrons and employees

Central District Health (CDH) has confirmed a case of hepatitis A in a food service worker employed at Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews, a restaurant located at 211 W. Parkcenter Blvd, Boise, ID 83706. Hepatitis A is a virus that affects the liver and can make people sick for a number of weeks. To-date, the food service worker is the only hepatitis A case in Idaho associated with this restaurant. Read More


August 7, 2019

West Nile Virus Detected in Ada County

MERIDIAN – Ada County Mosquito Abatement District has confirmed the presence of West Nile virus (WNV) in mosquito populations for the first time in Ada County, this year. One pool of mosquitoes tested positive for the virus. The positive detection came from mosquitoes trapped in along the Boise River in Star, near the cross streets of S. Short Road and W. State Street. Read More


July 31, 2019

Health advisory issued for Mountain Home, Indian Creek and Blacks Creek Reservoirs

Central District Health (CDH) and the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) are issuing a health advisory for Mountain Home Reservoir located in Elmore County as well as Indian Creek Reservoir and Blacks Creek Reservoir, in Ada County. Residents are urged to use caution when recreating in or near the water. Read More


July 17, 2019

Hepatitis A case confirmed in food service worker; Central District Health Department offering free vaccine to impacted patrons and employees

Central District Health Department (CDHD) has confirmed a case of hepatitis A in a food service worker employed at Saint Lawrence Gridiron, a restaurant located at 705 W. Bannock Street in Boise. Hepatitis A is a virus that affects the liver and can make people sick for a number of weeks. To-date, the food service worker is the only hepatitis A case in Idaho associated with this restaurant. Read More


July 1, 2019

West Nile Virus Positive Mosquitoes Found in Elmore County

A single pool of West Nile Virus (WNV) positive mosquitoes was identified in King Hill, located approximately six miles northeast of Glenns Ferry in Elmore County. The Elmore County Mosquito Abatement District will treat the area tonight (July 1). This time of year, mosquito traps are set and samples are collected weekly for testing throughout the county. Read More


June 19, 2019

West Nile virus detected in Canyon County mosquitoes

From our partners in public health, Idaho Department of Health and Welfare:
Mosquitoes infected with West Nile virus (WNV) were detected in Canyon County on June 14, prompting public health officials to remind people to take precautions to “Fight the Bite.” The positive mosquitoes, which are the first detected in the state this year, were collected by the Canyon County Mosquito Abatement District. Read More


June 7, 2019

Public Health Confirms Second Case of Measles in Latah County

From our partners in public health, Idaho North Central District:
Public Health – Idaho North Central District (PH-INCD) announced today that it has received confirmation of a second case of measles in a Latah County resident. The initial case was a child too young to be immunized and the second case is a family member that was partially immunized due to age.  The newest case was also exposed to measles while travelling internationally. Read More 


June 5, 2019

Public Health Officials Confirm Measles Case in Latah County Resident

From our partners in public health, Idaho North Central District:
Public Health – Idaho North Central District (PH-INCD) announced today that it has received confirmation of a case of measles in a Latah County resident; the first confirmed case of measles in Idaho since 2001. Public Health – Idaho North Central District is collaborating with Gritman Medical Center and the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare to respond. Read More


May 24, 2019

CDHD Offering Free Vaccine in Response to Hepatitis A Outbreak

Central District Health Department (CDHD), along with state public health, has been investigating a hepatitis A outbreak that began emerging in Southwest Idaho in early 2019. To date, nine cases of hepatitis A have been confirmed between Ada and Elmore counties, which are served by CDHD. Two of the nine cases are Elmore County residents. Neighboring counties, including Canyon, Blaine and Twin Falls have also seen a recent increase in hepatitis A cases, bringing the state count to 18 since Jan. 1, 2019. In 2018, only eight cases of hepatitis A were reported in Idaho. Read More


April 23, 2019

Public Health to Exercise Preparedness Scenario

Because disasters happen, Central District Health Department (CDHD) prepares year round. On Wednesday, April 24, CDHD will practice its response to a mock scenario involving a simulated anthrax attack in Ada County, Idaho. Under the exercise scenario, CDHD will practice mass antibiotic distribution methods. If there should ever be an anthrax attack, CDHD and its partners will need to dispense antibiotics to all affected residents within 48-hours of exposure. Read More


April 19, 2019

Possible Hepatitis A Exposure on Commercial Bus Route Between Salt Lake City and Boise

Central District Health Department (CDHD) is asking anyone who rode a Greyhound bus from Salt Lake City to Boise on Wednesday, April 10 and used the on-board restroom to contact the health department for information about a potential exposure to hepatitis A, a highly contagious virus that affects the liver. Riders who did not use the on-board restroom do not need to contact the health department. Bus riders who were on this route should call 208-327-8625 as soon as possible to talk to health department staff who will assess exposure risk. Read More | Related: CDHD Hepatitis A web page


April 8, 2019

Health Officials Warn of Hepatitis A Outbreak in Southern Idaho

From our partners in public health, Idaho Department of Health and Welfare:
Public health officials are investigating an outbreak of hepatitis A in southern Idaho. Twelve people infected with hepatitis A virus have been reported to public health officials since Jan. 1, 2019. In 2018, only eight people were reported with hepatitis A in Idaho. Epidemiologists are working to determine possible links between the cases and are encouraging people in high-risk populations to get vaccinated. Read More Related: CDHD's Hepatitis A Webpage


February 7, 2019

Free, Limited-Time Immunizations Offered to Uninsured and Underinsured Valley County Adults and Children; Walk-in HPV Vaccine Clinics Scheduled February 11 and 15

Central District Health Department (CDHD) is encouraging uninsured and underinsured Valley County residents to protect themselves against vaccine-preventable diseases through free, limited time immunizations for adults and children. The free vaccines are made possible through a grant from the Perc H. Shelton and Gladys A. Pospisil Shelton Foundation Advised Fund in the Idaho Community Foundation. Read More


November 9, 2018

Central District Health Department Awarded Grant to Help Combat Opioid Use in Valley County

A $200,000 grant, awarded to Central District Health Department (CDHD) will help combat opioid use in Valley County through education and outreach. The one-year federal Rural Communities Opioid Response Program Planning Grant was awarded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). Read More


November 9, 2018

A northern Idaho woman older than 50 is Idaho’s first flu-related death this season

From Idaho Department of Health and Welfare: Idaho’s first influenza-related death of the 2018-2019 influenza season occurred this week in a northern Idaho woman over the age of 50. “The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare is reminding residents that flu can be serious” said Randi Pedersen, the Idaho Influenza Surveillance Coordinator. “The most important action to take to prevent serious illness is to get a flu vaccine now.” Read More


October 16, 2018

Cyanobacteria Health Advisory Lifted for Lake Cascade

Central District Health Department (CDHD) in cooperation with the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), has lifted a health advisory for Lake Cascade. The advisory has been in place since September 7, 2018, due to the presence of a cyanobacteria harmful algal bloom (HAB). DEQ has been monitoring and sampling water in Lake Cascade and has confirmed that levels have returned to normal, and toxins are below the safety threshold. Read More


September 25, 2018

Esther Simplot Park ponds close due to algal bloom discovery
Update: Ponds re-opened on 10/8/2018

The City of Boise has closed ponds No. 1 and No. 2 at Esther Simplot Park due to the discovery of cyanobacteria or blue-green algae. Tests show that the blue-green algae are species that are able to produce toxins. All recreation in the pond is prohibited until further notice. The city is actively treating both ponds and no reopening date has been determined at this time. Signs have been posted at the ponds to notify citizens of the closure. Read More


September 7, 2018

Health Advisory Issued for Lake Cascade; Precautions Advised for People, Pets and Livestock

In cooperation with the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (IDEQ), Central District Health Department (CDHD) is issuing a health advisory due to the presence of a cyanobacteria harmful algal bloom (HAB) at Lake Cascade in Valley County. Recent samples taken indicate concentrations of toxin-producing cyanobacteria (sometimes called blue-green algae) are present that may cause illness to humans and animals. Read More


September 12, 2018

Tobacco Free Idaho Alliance Launches Statewide Public Education Effort Highlighting Resources to Help People Quit Smoking

Community Partner News Release
The Tobacco Free Idaho Alliance (TFIA), a coalition of more than 40 health-minded organizations dedicated to and uniting organizations and individuals in the fight against commercial tobacco products, e-cigarettes, nicotine addiction and exposure to secondhand smoke, is launching a statewide effort to educate Idahoans about the resources available to help them quit smoking. Read More


August 31, 2018

CDHD reminds public to not handle bats and other wildlife; parents urged to talk to their kids about the potential dangers

Public health officials are urging people who encounter bats and other wildlife to avoid contact. Parents are encouraged to talk to their children about the risks of playing with or touching wildlife. While most bats do not have rabies, it is best to not touch wildlife. Read More


August 21, 2018

Ada County Bat Tests Positive for Rabies

A bat found in Boise has tested positive for rabies, increasing the state’s rabid bat count to three so far this season. The bat was discovered by a person who came indoors after being outside during daylight hours. The person felt something on their back and used their hand to make a brushing off motion, and discovered it was a bat. The bat was safely collected and submitted for testing. The person exposed to the bat is undergoing the rabies-preventing therapy as a precaution. Read More


August 16, 2018

Boise County Bat Tests Positive for Rabies

A bat found in Boise County has tested positive for rabies, making it the second rabid bat discovered in Idaho this season. The bat was found inside of a Boise County home where it had potential contact with a dog. The dog was current on its rabies vaccine. Those who were staying at the home are being assessed for potential exposure. Read More


July 25, 2018

Health Advisory Issued for Eagle Island State Park Water Recreation Area; Harmful Algae Confirmed
Update: Cleared to re-open on Aug. 3, 2018

In cooperation with the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), Central District Health Department (CDHD) is issuing a health advisory due to the presence of a harmful algal bloom at Eagle Island State Park’s swimming and water recreation area. Recent samples taken indicate concentrations of toxin-producing blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) present that may cause illness to humans and animals. Read More


July 16, 2018

Elmore County Cat Likely Died of Plague Infection

Laboratory tests indicate an Elmore County cat likely died from plague infection. The cat was feral, but recently had been cared for by an Elmore County family as an outdoor cat. The cat had known contact with ground squirrels, also known as “whistle pigs,” before passing. Family members are being treated with antibiotics as a precaution. Read More


July 16, 2018

West Nile Virus Positive Mosquitoes Found in Elmore County

A single pool of West Nile Virus (WNV) positive mosquitoes has been identified in Hammett, located southeast of Mountain Home. The Elmore County Mosquito Abatement District has treated the area, and additional mosquito testing will happen this week. Throughout Elmore County this time of year, mosquito traps are set and collected mosquitoes are tested weekly. Read More


June 26, 2018

Elmore County Cat Recovering from Plague Infection

Laboratory tests indicate an Elmore County cat was infected with plague. The cat had recent contact with a rodent, which may have been a ground squirrel, or “whistle pig,” before becoming ill. The cat was treated promptly by a veterinarian and is recovering. No additional pets or people are ill. Read More


June 23, 2018

Health Advisory Issued for Little Camas Reservoir in Elmore County
Update: Health Advisory Lifted 9/20/2018 - Water has receded for season

Central District Health Department (CDHD) and the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), have issued a health advisory for Little Camas Reservoir in Elmore County, due to the presence of blue-green algae. The reservoir is located northeast of Mountain Home off of Highway 20. People are urged to avoid recreating in or near the water. Read More


June 12, 2018

Elmore County Child Recovering After Plague Infection

Plague was confirmed this week in an Elmore County child. The child is recovering after receiving antibiotic treatment. “Plague is spread to humans through a bite from an infected flea. People can decrease their risk by treating their pets for fleas and avoiding contact with wildlife,” said Sarah Correll, D.V.M., Central District Health Department epidemiologist. “Wear insect repellant, long pants and socks when visiting plague affected areas.” Read More


June 18, 2018

Idaho WIC Makes Annual Adjustment to Income Guidelines

Idaho’s Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) will implement new income guidelines effective July 1, 2018, that raise household income eligibility limits to help offset cost of living increases. This is an annual adjustment. Read More (link to Idaho Health & Welfare Blog)


April 23, 2018

Idahoans warned not to consume products containing kratom
because of Salmonella contamination

Idaho public health officials are warning Idahoans to avoid consumption of products that contain kratom because they could be contaminated with Salmonella. Read More


April 13, 2018

Idaho E. coli infections linked to romaine lettuce from Yuma, Ariz.

Public health officials in Idaho are investigating an outbreak of E. coli infections that are linked to a national outbreak affecting at least 10 other states. Read More


April 11, 2018

Idaho health agencies and EMS join Boise hospitals in national exercise to transport patients with highly infectious disease

State, local and national emergency personnel rehearsed moving patients with highly infectious disease in Boise today as part of the largest national preparedness exercise of its kind in U.S. Department of Health and Human Services history. Read More


March 1, 2018

Whooping Cough Cases High Throughout Treasure Valley; Public Health Urges Awareness

Reports of pertussis (whooping cough) are on the rise in Ada and Canyon counties. Over the past four months, 89 cases have been reported—70 of those cases include Ada County residents, while 19 are Canyon County residents. Whooping cough is a very contagious respiratory disease that can be life-threatening for infants and small children. Read More


January 2, 2018

Number of flu-related deaths in Idaho jumps to 13

Idaho is seeing more influenza-related deaths at this point in the season than in the same timeframe in the previous seven seasons, and public health officials are concerned. The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare has received five new reports in one week of Idahoans who died from an influenza-related illness, bringing the season total to 13 deaths. Read More


December 5, 2017

Meg FitzMaurice Hired as Family Nurse Practitioner at CDHD’s Valley County Office

Megan (Meg) FitzMaurice has joined Central District Health Department (CDHD) as the new Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) for Valley County. Meg will oversee preventive health services for the clinic and provide patient care, which currently includes reproductive health care appointments and children’s immunizations. FitzMaurice will also provide community outreach and education for CDHD. Read More


November 21, 2017

Ada County Man Dies of Flu--related Illness

An Ada County man over the age of 50 has died from an influenza-related illness, making it the second flu-related death in Idaho this season. Last flu season, 23 Ada residents within Central District Health’s (CDHD) jurisdiction of Ada, Boise, Elmore and Valley counties died of flu-related illness, and 72 people died statewide. Read More


November 20, 2017

Know Your Status: CDHD Offers Free Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing During Month of December

During the month of December, the Central District Health Department (CDHD) is encouraging people to know their sexual health status by getting tested for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs). December 1st through the 29th, CDHD will offer free STI testing by appointment at its clinics in Boise, Mountain Home and McCall. Read More


October 3, 2017

Flu Season Arrives Early in Idaho

Flu season has arrived in Idaho, taking the life of a northern Idaho man over the age of 50. This could be an indication of an early flu season.
News Release from Panhandle Health District
Blog Post from Idaho Department of Health and Welfare


September 22, 2017

Health Advisory Issued for Blacks Creek Reservior in Ada County

In cooperation with the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), Central District Health Department (CDHD) is issuing a health advisory for Blacks Creek Reservoir, located southeast of Boise off of I-84 and Kuna Mora Rd in Ada County. Residents are urged to use caution when recreating or hunting with dogs in or near the water. Read More


January 6, 2017

snowflake iconPlan for Home and Vehicle Winter Emergencies

Winter storms and cold temperatures can be hazardous. Stay safe and healthy by planning ahead. Prepare your home and cars. Prepare for power outages and outdoor activity. Check on older adults.

Read More HERE
Related: Ada County Declares Local Disaster Emergency for Hazardous Winter Weather


August 29, 2017

Ada County Bat Tests Positive for Rabies

A bat found in Ada County tested positive for rabies, making it the first rabid bat discovery in the county this season. The bat was brought inside of an Eagle area home by a family cat. While the cat had contact with the bat, the homeowner did not have any exposure to the infected bat. Read More

Related: Valley County Bat Tests Positive for Rabies (8/17/2017)


August 22, 2017

Human West Nile Virus Case Reported in Ada County

The Central District Health Department (CDHD) is reporting a positive case of West Nile virus (WNV) in an Ada County woman over the age of 65. The woman, who lives in Southeast Boise, is recovering at home. This is the second confirmed human case of WNV in Idaho this year. Read More


August 17, 2017

Valley County Bat Tests Positive for Rabies; Public Health Urges Precautions

A bat found inside of a Valley County home tested positive for rabies. Both the homeowner and cat had contact with the bat, which they were able to trap and submit for testing. The person is currently undergoing the rabies-preventing therapy, and the family cat was given a rabies booster vaccination. Read More


August 11, 2017

West Nile Virus Positive Mosquitoes Found in Elmore County

Multiple positive West Nile Virus (WNV) mosquito pools were identified this week in Elmore County. The positive pools were located in the areas of Canyon Creek Street, Hamilton Road, and East 6th Street/South 18th East Street in Mountain Home, Three Island Crossing State Park in Glenns Ferry and King Hill outside of Glenns Ferry. Elmore County is part of the growing list of Idaho counties reporting mosquitoes testing positive for WNV. Read More


August 8, 2017

CDHD Offering Back-to-School Immunization Clinics in Boise

With a new school year getting underway soon in most Treasure Valley districts, it’s the perfect time to get kids up-to-date on their immunizations. The Central District Health Department (CDHD) is offering immunization clinics this month for kids through age 18, with evening appointments available. Read More


August 3, 2017

From our Partners in Public Health: First Human Case of West Nile Virus Reported in Kootenai County

Idaho’s first human case of West Nile virus (WNV) infection for 2017 has been confirmed in a Kootenai County resident. The resident, over the age of 50, is recovering from West Nile neuroinvasive disease. Read More


July 31, 2017

CDHD Publishes FY 2018-2022 Strategic Plan

The strategic plan is a living document and focuses on goals and objectives for fiscal years 2018 through 2022. Read More 


July 18, 2017

Health Advisory Issued for Little Camas Reservoir

In cooperation with the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), Central District Health Department (CDHD) is issuing a health advisory for Little Camas Reservoir, located northeast of Mountain Home off of Highway 20 in Elmore County. Residents are urged to use caution when recreating in or near the water. Full News Release | 9/22/2017 UPDATE: Health Advisory Lifted for Little Camas Reservoir


July 14, 2017

West Nile Virus Found in Ada County Mosquitoes

Two mosquito traps in Ada County have tested positive for West Nile Virus, according to the Ada County Mosquito Abatement District. This is the first positive test for West Nile Virus in Ada County this year. Read More


July 7, 2017

Returning Home After Flooding

When returning to your home after a flood, be aware that flood water may contain sewage and other harmful bacteria or chemicals. Areas where standing water has drained may contain contaminated soil or debris that can also pose a health hazard, increase risk of respiratory or skin infections. Read More


March 1, 2017

fruit icon March is National Nutrition Month

Put your Best Fork Foward in March. Helpful information for all ages HERE.


February 23, 2017

behavioral health Region 4 Behavioral Health Board Receives Grant

Blue Cross of Idaho Foundation for Health Grant to support local mental health training to benefit youth. Learn More


February 1, 2017

tooth icon February is National Children's Dental Health Month

CDHD offers a cavity-prevention clinic for young children, from their first tooth to age 3. Call us at 327-7450 or click HERE for more information.


February 10, 2017

calendar icon Offices Closed Monday, Feb. 20 for Presidents Day

Regular hours will resume on Tuesday, Feb. 21


February 5, 2017

board icon Board of Health to Meet Friday, Feb. 10

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January 27, 2017

Upcoming Amen Free Clinic Recruiting Volunteers

Are you a medical provider looking to give back to the community? Or are you someone who would like to be involved in your community? Consider volunteering with the Amen Clinic in April. The 3-day free medical, dental, and vision clinic at Expo Idaho runs Tuesday, April 18th through Thursday, April 20th. Learn more about volunteer opportunities, HERE.


January 26, 2017

calendar icon Walk-In HPV Vaccine Clinic at CDHD in Boise

Thursday, February 9 | 9 am to 5 pm
No Appointment Needed! Most insurance can be billed and a sliding fee pay scale is available. Call 327-7400 for more information. Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a group of viruses linked to multiple types of cancer and other diseases. Learn more about HPV, the vaccine to protect preteens, teens, young women through age 26, and young men through age 21.


January 12, 2017

calendar icon CDHD Offices Closed on Monday, January 16

Central District Health's offices will be closed on Monday, January 16 to observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day / Idaho Human Rights Day. We will resume regular business hours on Tuesday, January 17.


December 22, 2016


WIC Appointments Now Available on Boise Bench

CDHD has partnered with Terry Reilly to offer Women, Infants and Children (WIC) appointments every Tuesday at the new clinic, located at 848 La Cassia Street, on Boise's Bench. Call CDHD today to schedule! 327-7488


November 1, 2016

CDHD Has Flu Vaccine for Kids

Help protect your kids this winter by getting them the flu shot. CDHD offers vaccines to children from birth through 18. Call today to make an appointment. 327-7400


Zika Virus Information

Zika virus is spread to people mostly through mosquito bites. The most common symptoms of Zika virus disease are fever, rash, joint pain, and conjunctivitis (red eyes). Learn More HERE


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Spring/Summer Newsletter Has Arrived

In this edition of the Public Health Informer:


  • Zika Virus: Common Questions & Answers
  • What is CDHD and What Do We Do?
  • New WIC Clinic Locations Prove Successful
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