Families can cope better with disasters by preparing in advance and working together as a team. If something were to happen, what would you do? How would you contact one another? How would you get to a safe place?
Did you know that the Central Utah Public Health Department has a program for helping with children’s dental expenses? Uninsured kids 0-18 years old may qualify for our Central Smiles Program. Contact your dentist or local health department for more information.
The Central Utah Healthcare Coalition
CUHC recently held
a Functional Exercise to test the Surge Plans of the Central Ut Healthcare System. Over 35 participants from Local Hospitals, Long Term Care, EMS, County Emergency Managers, Health Dept, Ham Radio, & State and Federal Park Ranges participated.
Great American Smoke- Out
The American Cancer Society Great American Smokeout even is a great time to begin a tobacco- free life. Every November, we set aside the third Thursday in November as the one day for all smokers to make a plan to quit smoking for good.
Rabies is a fatal disease that is spread through contact with the virus in saliva of an infected human or animal. It is not transmitted through animal droppings.
Think you got sick from something you ate?
File an online report directly to your local health department and the Utah Department of Health. Let us know by answering a few questions about your symptoms, places you've visited, and what you ate.
Rabbit Fever (Tularemia)
Rabbits can carry the bacteria Tularemia. Deer flies and ticks can then pass the bacteria to humans and pets.