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.
Collaborative efforts between the Pacific Islander Coalition, the Health Department and other organizations are helping to raise the voice of the Pacific Islander community.
Health officers are keeping an eye on a hepatitis A outbreak among homeless people in California, and taking steps to prevent a similar outbreak here.
Starting on February 12, it is illegal to use wood stoves, fireplaces and outdoor in the fall and winter on days when poor air quality is forecast.
Starting on January 1, 2018, businesses cannot sell tobacco, nicotine or vape products to anyone under 21 years old in Oregon.
A new report on the work of the Communicable Disease Services unit in 2016 gives a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the work they do every day.
Big news! Our School-based Health Center program has changed its name to the Multnomah County Student Health Center program.
WIC families can use special Farm Direct checks to load up on peak-summer produce. You can pick up checks starting in mid-August.
You can now visit WIC without an appointment during our new walk-in hours, every Wednesday, 8am to 5pm at Gateway WIC.
After 27 years of providing healthcare to students, the Grant School-Based Health Center will close on June 15.