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Departments: Public Health
 
 

  

About Public Health
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C
ommunity Health Improvement Plan
2014-2017

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Community Health Assessment 2014-2017

County Health Data

 
417 Liberty Street, Suite 2120
Penn Yan, New York 14527
Phone: 315-536-5160 or 866-212-5160
FAX: 315-536-5146
Office Hours: Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
(closed each day from 12 -1:00 PM)
 
Deborah Minor, RN, MPH
Director of Public Health
Email:
 publichealth@yatescounty.org            
For after hour emergencies such as Communicable Disease or possible rabies exposure call the Yates County Sheriff's Office at
315-536-4438 and ask for Public Health On-Call.
 
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Programs/Services:
Emergency Planning
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Immunizations
Rabies
Prenatal Services
Lead Poisoning Prevention
Cancer Screening
* Reportable Diseases
* Ticks & Lyme Disease

Links:
Bed Bug Information
Health Counts Newsletter

 

 

 

2014 Annual Report

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National Highway Traffic
Safety Administration recalls:

For information regarding recall
of products visit the Consumer Product
Safety Commission at
http://www.cpsc.gov/en/recalls

Click Here to Pre-Fill Rabies Certificates for your Pets for Rabies Clinics
Follow the Easy Directions!
 

2015 Clinic Schedule: 

Preventing Fall Injuries

Yates County Public Health promotes National Fall Injury Prevention Day during the 4th week of September. This topic is important to us in Yates County because each year the local hospital ER sees many injuries that occur as a result of a fall.  These injuries may be moderate to severe cuts, sprains, strains, fractures, or traumatic brain injuries. Injuries like these are more common in the very young between ages of 1 to 4 and older adults, but can happen to anyone. The consequences of injuries like these may result in hospitalization, lifelong disabilities, infections, long-term care with loss of independence, or death. However, with thoughtful planning, many fall injuries can be prevented. To learn how you can stay safer in your home and at work by planning and practicing prevention, go to this website: http://www.cdc.gov/homeandrecreationalsafety/index.html
 

 

 

 

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