Health Department

The Greenwich Department of Health is responsible for protecting, promoting and improving the health of Greenwich residents by implementing the provisions of essential public health services, carrying out public health core activities which include monitoring the public’s health status, investigating and responding to disease outbreaks, enforcing laws and regulations to protect the public’s health, developing health policies, identifying critical health needs, educating the public about public health issues, allocating health resources to those who are in need and plan for emergencies which may require a public health response.

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  1. The Greenwich Department of Health Celebrates National Children’s Dental Health Month

    The Greenwich Department of Health Dental Health Division will hold a free after school program at the Greenwich Boys and Girls Club on Wednesday, February 27th at 3:30 PM, titled: “The Whole Tooth and Nothing but the Tooth.” Read on...
  2. Discounted Radon Testing Available

    Winter is the best time to test for radon. Discounted radon testing is available for both radon in well water and air now through February at the Greenwich Department of Health. Read on...
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