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Karen B. DeMarco, Department Head/County Health Officer

908-788-1351
health@co.hunterdon.nj.us

314 State Route 12
County Complex, Building #1
Flemington, NJ 08822-2900


 
Hunterdon County Department of Health

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Hunterdon County Health Department Novel Coronovirus (COVID-19) Updates and Resources

http://www.co.hunterdon.nj.us/coronavirus.html

River CleanupHunterdon River Clean Up Protects Water Quality And Yields Some Strange Items

The Hunterdon County Health Department’s annual Clean Communities River Cleanup, held on September 21st, yielded nearly sixty bags of trash and recycling, including a suit and a pair of shoes, Freeholder Sue Soloway reported at the December 17th Freeholder Board meeting.

Soloway, the Board’s liaison for the Health Department, reported, “The cleanup program is supported by a grant from the New Jersey Clean Communities Coalition, which is dedicated to litter and river clean-up projects. The event coincides with the International Coastal Cleanup, and is held in coordination with Delaware Township, the DNR Canal, and West Amwell Township.” READ MORE...

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Clean Communities GrantHunterdon County Prosecutor and Hunterdon County Department of Helth Warn the Public About the Dangers of Vaping

Acting Hunterdon County Prosecutor Michael J. Williams, Acting Chief of Detectives Frank R. Crisologo, and Hunterdon County Health Department Director Karen B. DeMarco are issuing a public service announcement to warn the public about the dangers of e-cigarettes and vaping. READ MORE...

  ADDITIONAL NEWS AND RESOURCES ON THE DANGERS OF VAPING

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Clean Communities Grant

Volunteer Hunterdon Medical Reserve Corps Adds To Emergency Preparedness For County

The Hunterdon County Health Department’s citizen based Medical Reserve Corps is a key added component of the County emergency preparedness program, Freeholder Sue Soloway, the Board’s liaison for the Health Department, reported at a recent Freeholder meeting.

Soloway stated. “As we recognize September as Emergency Preparedness Month, I believe it is important to recognize the Hunterdon County Medical Reserve Corps (MRC), a group comprised of residents who are both medically-trained and non-medical volunteers, who add to the reach and depth of the County’s ability to respond to health emergencies.” READ MORE...

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