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Health Department

Public Health Services

The Douglas County Health Department is committed to providing continuity of public health services for county residents as we grew and phased in provision of services to the community. All services were transitioned to DCHD effective January 1, 2023.

Community Health

Learn more about where to get health promotion and health care services services include:

Disease Surveillance

Report animal bites and food-borne illness
Infectious/contagious diseases can be spread in a variety of ways: from person to person, through contact with animals, or through eating contaminated food and water. This includes serious diseases such as E. coliSalmonella, hepatitis A, meningitis, and whooping cough/pertussis

Report an Illness
If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911. If you are concerned about your illness, please follow up with a healthcare provider.

Report infectious disease or outbreak
Communicable disease control involves the investigation and mitigation of infectious diseases within the community. These diseases can be spread in a variety of ways: from person to person, through contact with animals, or through eating contaminated food and water. This includes serious diseases such as E. coli, Salmonella, and hepatitis A.  Certain infectious diseases are required by law to be reported.

Schools and Childcare
Suspected outbreaks of any disease in any setting must be reported to public health immediately.

Emergency Preparedness and Response

The Douglas County Health Department’s Emergency Preparedness and Response Division (EPR) works with many local, regional, and state partners to plan and prepare for public health emergencies. EPR staff focus on planning, training, and exercising the response to public health emergencies like pandemics, bioterrorism events, and natural disasters.

Vital Records

Certified birth and death certificates are available from the Douglas County Health Department. These are legal documents printed on forgery-resistant safety paper with watermarks, raised engraving, background security patterns, and a unique certificate identification number.

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