The Teen Walk-In Clinic hours have been changed to 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. every Wednesday. Teens 19 and under can receive birth control, pregnancy […]
The Washington County Health Department (WCHD) has again received Full Recognition for the National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP) from the CDC Diabetes Prevention Recognition […]
The Washington County Health Department has an open bid invitation for a Behavioral Health Crisis Stabilization and Walk-in Crisis Center. Visit our Purchasing Department’s Open Bid […]
The Washington County Health Department has an open bid invitation for a vendor to run a Mobile Farmers Market. Visit our Purchasing Department’s Open Bid […]
Check out this blog post from America Walks that features Mary McPherson, a Program Manager at the Washington County Health department who completed the Walking […]
State Releases 2018 Third Quarter Fatal Overdose Data Heroin and Prescription Opioid-Related Deaths Continue to Show Decline; Fentanyl and Cocaine-Related Deaths Continue to Rise BALTIMORE, […]
Community members are gearing up to prevent type 2 diabetes together with the PreventT2 lifestyle change program offered by the Washington County Health Department. Guided by a trained lifestyle coach, groups of participants in PreventT2 will learn the skills they need to make lasting changes that prevent or delay type 2 diabetes. Classes start January 8th!
Participants in the health department’s Healthy Families program recently celebrated the holidays with a holiday party, hosted by the Antietam Exchange Club. The event includes […]
Open enrollment is Nov. 1–Dec. 15 for coverage starting Jan. 1, 2019. Marylanders can now view 2019 plans and prices at MarylandHealthConnection.gov or through the free Enroll MHC mobile app. And this year, there is some big news: many health plan rates are lower. Marylanders can call us today to schedule an appointment with a navigator in Washington County at: 888 202-0212
If you live and/or work in Washington County, join Healthy Washington County Tuesday Nov. 20 at 9am at Robinwood Professional Center, suite 142 for a Community Health Needs Assessment Public Forum.
In collaborative effort with APPLES for Children, Inc., Washington County Public Schools, Head Start of Washington County, Inc, The Washington County Family Center and The Judy Center of Washington County, we […]
The Washington County Health Department is offering a program to help Maryland residents control their blood pressure. Participants will receive a free blood pressure monitor that they can use to check their blood pressure at home. Participants will also work with their healthcare provider to keep their blood pressure under control. There is a limited number of blood pressure monitors available.