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Public Health News

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07/10/2014 Ovenell Farms Compost Summary
Draft 2014 Community Health Assessment for review and comment by the public
04/11/14 - Influenza Outbreak in Ephrata Assisted Living Facility
04/10/14 - Public Health Week: 3rd Medicine Drop Box Opens in Grant County
04/09/14 - BOH Resolution (14-2) Supports the Construction of the Moses Lake Heron Bluff Trail
04/09/14 - Public Health Week: Central Basin Traffic Safety Task Force Recognized
04/08/14 - Public Health Week: See how Grant County's Ranking in Washington State
03/12/14 - Springtime is the time to remind parents that handling chicks or other poultry can put their families at risk for Salmonella infection.
03/11/14 - Spring Cleaning? Health District Urges You to Take Safety Measures to Protect Against Hantavirus
02/13/14 - Local Traffic Safety Funding in Danger - Grant County BOH Responds

BOH Resolution 14-1

01/23/14 - STD Rates in Grant County - Remains a Concern
01/14/14 - Stomach Virus Season Arrives in Grant County
Project Homeless Connect On January 23, 2014 - Click for Details
01/03/13 - Grant County Man Dies from Flu Complications

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Hours of Operation

Monday -Thursday from 8:00 am-5:00 pm, closed for lunch 12:00-1:00pm.

Effective June 21, 2013 both offices will be closed every Friday.

Ephrata phone number: 509-754-6060
Moses Lake phone number: 509-766-7960
Email: info@granthealth.org
(Please be advised, Any email sent to GCHD is subject to Public Disclosure)

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To Report a Public Health Event

To contact or provide a report to the Grant County Health District in the event of a suspected public health event, such as:

  • communicable disease outbreaks
  • environmental health risks
  • natural disasters
  • other events that threaten the health of people

Call 509-754-6060 or 509-766-7960. After hours call 509-398-2083.
IN AN EMERGENCY, CALL 9-1-1 .


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GET CONNECTED and GET ANSWERS simply by calling 211. Information is also available online at www.resourcehouse.com/win211. Calls to 211 are confidential and FREE from land line phones.



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