Mission
The mission of Sacramento County Public Health is to promote, protect, and assure conditions for optimal health and public safety for residents and communities of Sacramento County through leadership, collaboration, prevention and response. 


Vision
Optimal health and well-being for Sacramento County communities!


Reception Desk

Main number: (916) 875-5881  (24hr/7day)




Featured Information


Be Ready Sacramento County!  September is National Preparedness Month
Would you be ready if there was an emergency or disaster in your neighborhood?  Get started with 3 small steps to prepare yourself and your family. 
1.  Be Informed
2.  Make An Emergency Plan
3.  Build an Emergency Kit



What You Need to Know About the Flu!
Remember to take every day preventative actions to stop the spread of germs: cough and sneeze into your sleeve; wash hands often with soap and water; avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth; avoid contact with sick people; and, stay home if you are sick. Get vaccinated to protect yourself and your family.  To learn more, visit the Flu Prevention page.

 

Women 25 and under in Sacramento County can get a free chlamydia and gonorrhea home test kit. 
Click on image below to order your home test kit today!





What Every Woman Should Know 
 
County Health Officer, Dr. Olivia Kasirye
Click on photo to hear the message.

Visit the Preconception Health Campaign page to learn more!  





Nurse-Family Partnership Program


Visit the Nurse-Family Partnership Program to learn more about how they can help you and your baby. 
 

  

The Sacramento County Public Health Division sends out Health Alerts, Advisories, and Updates regarding communicable disease outbreaks, immunization updates, and emerging infectious diseases to Sacramento County clinicians.



Health Alert:  conveys the highest level of importance; warrants immediate action or attention


Influenza Health Alert - Situational Update  12/26/2013

Tubersol Shortage Updated Health Alert   09/06/2013

Mandatory Influenza Vaccination or Masking of Health Care Workers During Influenza Season   09/06/2013



Health Advisory:  provides important information for a specific incident or situation; may not require immediate action

CDPH Health Advisory Severe Influenza Update  01/03/2014



Health Update:  provides updated information regarding an incident or situation; unlikely to require immediate action

No Health Update at this time.


 

Guidance from the California Department of Public Health (CDPH)

Hepatitis A Post Exposure Prophylaxis Guidance  June 2013



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