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Henry G. Taylor, M.D., M.P.H

Acting Health Officer
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Carroll County Health Department - Carroll County Maryland
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      Welcome to the Carroll County Health Department (CCHD) web site.
The CCHD, as a unit of the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH) within the government of the State of Maryland, serves the residents of Carroll County. By assessing health needs and advocating for public health, the CCHD works to ensure quality community health. We provide information on public health topics and deliver select medical and various environmental health services. More information on subjects such as food, air and water quality; disease; substance abuse; vaccinations; rabies; and disaster preparedness can be found on our site.

***Health News***

19th Annual Risky Business Prevention Conference
"Strengthening Survival Skills"
Tuesday, June 23, 8:00 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Martin's Westminster

Click above for flyer with more information
on speakers, cost, CEUs, and registration.


Spring Weather Safety

Carroll County Office of Public Safety Facebook Page - for weather and safety updates

Measles in the United States - no cases in Maryland


 ***Ebola Information*** 


**FAQs: New Vaccine Requirements for Children**

Carroll Residents Eligible For Dental Discount Program

Carroll County Local Health Improvement Process


Quick Links

Advance Health Directives:
Click Here for the Office of the Attorney General

Maryland Insurance Administration

*Sealing Abandoned Wells

Partnership for a Healthier Carroll County Inc.
Community Health Resources Commission Year 1 LHIC Report

Procurement Opportunities


Department of Veterans Affairs
Carroll County Coalition Against Underage Drinking

We Are A Tobacco Free Campus

The Mission of our Health Department is to create and sustain a community of wellness in Carroll County. Our commitment is to assure the optimum quality of life by empowering the public with knowledge and resources through advocacy and community partnerships. 

This site contains links to other Internet sites. Such links are not endorsements of any products or services in such sites, and no information in such sites has been endorsed by or approved by
the State of Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
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