Information About Ebola Virus Disease
CDC Ebola Information
Healthcare Personnel Preparedness for Ebola in New York Presentation Slides
NYSDOH Get The Facts About Ebola
What You Should Know about Fires
NY State of Health - The Official Health Plan Marketplace
New York State Health Exchange (Affordable Care Act)
Regional ACA Brokers
www.stic-cil.org/ or www.mothersandbabies.org/
Seasonal Flu Clinic Schedule
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Child Fatality Review Team Report
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2015 Rabies Clinics
Click Here for the Schedule
Community Health Assessment 2013-2017 Posted
Click Here to Read the Report
Healthy People in Healthy Communities
Broome County Health Department Knows Public Health is Essential!
A Healthier & Safer Broome County
Vision: Leading the community to the promise of a healthy future.
Mission: The Broome County Health Department is committed to working proactively in collaboration with the community to preserve, promote and protect the public health and quality of life of all Broome County residents.
Through: • Assessment • Policy Development • Assurance
Community Health Education - 607.778.3921
The Broome County Health Department is committed to informing, educating, and empowering people about health issues. The Health Department staff is available to provide educational materials and presentations to the public through schools, houses of worship, service organizations and work sites. These programs are provided to community groups at no charge. Please call to schedule at least two months in advance of the event.
Public Health Preparedness / Medical Reserve Corps
The Broome County Health Department, under the direction of both state and federal governments, is responsible for the planning and implementation of a response to any type of emergency affecting the public health including natural events (i.e., floods, hurricanes) and those caused by deliberate malicious acts (terrorism). In addition to the assistance of many other community agencies, area volunteers are also prepared to meet the challenge. The Medical Reserve Corps is a group of professional and non-professional community volunteers who want to donate their time and expertise to prepare for and respond to emergencies of any kind. They are also involved in Healthy Living Partnership's chronic disease initiatives throughout the year to support the many programs offered by the health department and attend meetings and practice drills to prepare for emergencies.
NEW!- Closed POD Partnership Program - CP3 click the link:
- Cancer Services Program
- Clinic Services
- Environmental Health
- Maternal Child Health And Development
- Women, Infants and Children
Southern Tier HealthLink now offers a Patient Portal for healthcare consumers that will allow you to:
- Manage Your Consent & Share Data with your Doctors
- Access Your Providers & Your Health Information
- Monitor Who is Accessing Your Information
Click on the STHL Patient Portal to sign up now.