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The Board of Health is seeking applicants to fill these vacancies on the Public Health Advisory Council:

  • A consumer of public health services
  • A doctor of veterinary medicine
  • A youth representative
  • A representative of Clark County septic designers, contractors, pumpers and O&M specialists.

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Whooping cough is spreading in Clark County – make sure your vaccinations are up to date!

Current number of cases in Clark County year-to-date as of
July 2 (numbers preliminary and subject to change): 237

Whooping cough (pertussis) is a serious illness, and the number of people getting sick in Clark County is growing. Whooping cough can be especially severe in infants. To reduce the chances that babies will catch whooping cough, everyone, especially pregnant moms, should get their whooping cough shot for the best protection. Learn more about the vaccine and whooping cough activity and surveillance in Clark County.

 

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To request public records involving Public Health, please submit a signed request form (PDF) to Clark County Public Health, 1601 E. Fourth Plain Blvd., PO Box 9825, Vancouver, WA 98666 or FAX to (360) 397-8091.

For questions regarding public records call (360) 397-8477 or email Julie.Grimm@clark.wa.gov.

 
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Growing Healthier
Did you know that communities can be designed to improve health? Find out how Public Health and Community Planning are promoting a healthy future for Clark County >

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