Harper County Health Department
Striving for Healthier Communities
Welcome to the Harper County Health Department.
The Harper County Health Department is pleased to provide services across the life span. We provide a variety of public health services to protect and promote the health of infants, children, teenagers, adults, and the elderly who reside in the county. We offer services equally to men, women and children.
The Harper County Health Department is committed to Harper County's healthy future. As we enter the next century we will be faced with many challenges in order to improve quality of life. Unhealthy environments and behavior patterns, including the conditions in which they live and work can have a direct harmful effect on an individual. From the youngest to oldest, from the rich to the poor, in all parts of town, and country we all share the same concerns and responsibilities for public health. As we enter the 21st century, public health will face new challenges and expectations. Our goal, our commitment to the people of Harper County is to continue working together with our communities to attain a healthy future.
The Harper County Health Department will be closed the following days in 2017: January 2 (New Year's Day); January 16 (Martin Luther King Jr. Day); February 20 (President's Day); May 29 (Memorial Day); July 4 (Independence Day); September 4 (Labor Day); November 10 (Veteran's Day); November 23-24 (Thanksgiving); and December 25-26 (Christmas). Thank you.