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.
Important Press Release from the CT Department of Public Health
Important Press Release from the CT Agricultural Experiment Station
Farmer's Market in Greenwich Area
Department of Health Annual Report 2017-2018
Department of Health Operational Plan 2019-2020
The Town of Greenwich Department of Health will be launching a social media campaign as a tool to increase communications with the public. Read on...
The Greenwich Department of Health reminds all residents that West Nile Virus (WNV) was isolated in mosquitoes in August in the Old Greenwich area and the Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus has not been isolated in mosquitos collected in Greenwich. Read on...