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Garfield County Health Department

Please be patient with our staff because there is an enormous demand for vaccine. PLEASE DO NOT CALL our health departments for Vaccine appointments at this time.

** More Appointments will be available Thursdays and you can Pre-enroll for future Vaccine Appointments here:

Garfield County Health Department is a proud participant in the Reach out and Read program, increasing the literacy of children.

Garfield County Health Department has been recognized as a breast feeding friendly work site and offers two rooms for breast feeding moms.

Garfield County Health Department also strives to ensure that our county is prepared for health related emergencies and/or catastrophic health events. Public Health preparedness plans are developed with support and assistance from local municipalities, county government, emergency management professionals, medical providers, hospitals, police, fire, EMS, school officials, tribal officials and service agencies such as the Department of Human Services, American Red Cross, and Salvation Army, to name only a few. Together, we work to develop and implement plans to ensure that Garfield County is prepared for any Public Health emergency that might arise.

We hope you find our website helpful and informative. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information or questions about a specific program or service. 

County Health Department Regional Administrator: Maggie Jackson

We have free Spanish and Marshallese interpreters available at no charge to our clients, other languages are available through a telephone interpreter.

Special Announcements
In 2018 our office will be closed the following days for holiday observance: Jan 1 - New Year's Day Jan 15 - Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Feb 19 - Presidents' Day May 28 - Memorial Day July 4 - Independence Day Sep 3 - Labor Day Nov 12 - Veterans Day Nov 22 & 23 - Thanksgiving Dec 24 & 25 - Christmas

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