Public Health Services


  • To prevent epidemics and the spread of disease
  • To prevent injuries
  • To promote and encourage healthy behaviors
  • To respond to disasters and assist communities in recovery


  • Adult and Childhood Immunizations 
  • Bioterrorism and Disaster Preparedness
  • Child Find and Early Intervention Program
  • Health Education - Collaborative Wellness Initiatives
  • HIV / AIDS Education, Collaboration, Testing referrals 
  • Infection Control / Communicable Disease Follow-Up
  • Lead Poisoning Prevention Education
  • Lyme Disease Prevention Education
  • Maternal Child Health
  • Prenatal Care
  • Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities
  • Rabies Education and Clinics
  • Tuberculosis Screening and Care


  • Director of Public Health: Tina McDougall
  • Director of Patient Services:  Alyssa Arlen MSN, RN
  • Disaster Preparedness Coordinator and Infection Control:
    • Patricia Williams, RN, MSN, FNP

Community Health Assessment

Washington County Public Health Service has provided preventive services to the residents of Washington County since 1928. With guidance from Healthy People 2020, the regional community health assessment, and our own community health assessment, we are guided in providing programs to improve the health of Washington County residents.


By partnering  with the family and community, Washington County Public Health Services has a commitment to maximize the quality of life for all / through intervention to eliminate the causes of poor health, education to improve health of families and the community, and provision of support necessary to maintain a healthy Washington County.