Innovative public health leaders working toward a safer and healthier Wasatch County
WCHD will be at Heber Valley Elementary School on October 24, 2014 for a Flu Mist clinic. For details, inlcuding times, vaccine information, and forms, click "Read More"
The Wasatch County Health Department is seeking a full-time, bilingual (English/Spanish) office specialist. Salary range is $14.71 - $15.31 plus excellent benefit package. This position assists health department clients at scheduled WIC, cancer screening, well child, immunizaitons, and dental clinics.
Completed applications with resume and one letter of recommendation are due to the Personnel Office by 5:00 pm on October 24. Visit the Personnel Office's web page for an electronic copy of the application by clicking HERE.
For the full job announcement click "Read More"
Red Ribbon Week – Win or Lose by What You Choose - Be Drug Free!
Wasatch County schools and community members will be pledging to live an alcohol, tobacco and drug-free lifestyle. Wasatch County Health Department ensures youth that the one way to never have to worry about quitting tobacco use it to NEVER START. Live Drug Free!
Click "Read More" to visit drugfree.org
There are currently no cases of Ebola in Utah. Click "Read More" to see information on the current outbreak, including links to the latest information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO).
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Here at the WCHD we encourage women to get screened regularly to catch cancer before it becomes a major problem. When cancer is found early the chances of survival are much greater. We offer free mammograms through Heber Valley Medical Center for those who qualify. Follow the link for more information.
Zombies Against Drunk Driving (ZADD) is a campaign from the Utah Highway Safety Office which uses these popular monsters to attract attention to this serious problem. On average, 33 people die a year in Utah from alchol-impaired driver crashes.
Take action and help the zombies spread the word. Click "Read More" to see the zombies in action.
Protect yourself from the flu this year and be a flu fighter by getting a flu shot...or flu mist for those who qualify and don't like needles.
The health department has many different options available, including high dose flu vaccine, intradermal flu vaccine, and flu mist. Make an appointment by calling 435-657-3307 or just stop by the health department.
For more information on pricing and insurance, click "Read More"
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