A new digital report on the work of the Communicable Disease Services unit in 2017 combines interactive data, photos and stories to give a glimpse of the people and the work behind the numbers.
Students can contact Parkrose Student Health Center for health services during the holidays when schools are closed.
On January 1, 2019, license fees will increase for all food service establishments, lodgings, pools and spas, and child care facilities.
Open enrollment for health insurance is November 1 to December 15. Our health centers and libraries are offering free assistance to help you enroll, renew or choose a new plan.
Is your little one behind on immunizations? Instead of juggling another appointment, you can get them vaccinated for free at your next Baby Day dental visit.
Starting October 1, 2018, HealthShare will no longer contract with Capitol Dental Care. Members will be transferred to CareOregon Dental, and your dentist and benefits will stay the same.
How Male to Father Involvement, a new program of the Healthy Birth Initiatives' program, is working to strengthen our community of African American dads.
FamilyCare's Medicare plan will end on June 30, 2018. If you're on FamilyCare, you need to act now to get a new health plan.
School may be out for summer, but from June 18 to August 21 kids can still get health services at the Parkrose High School Student Health Center.
Student health centers at Harrison Park K-8 and Lane Middle School will close on June 8.
Starting June 11, WIC clients can pick up special checks to buy locally grown produce at farmers markets.
We did it again! For the fifth year in a row, the Health Services and Resources Administration named Multnomah County’s community health centers a Quality Leader.