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Administration and Communicable Disease
Division offers the following services:
- Communicable Disease Control
- Financial & Support Services
- HIV & Other STD Services
- Regional Bioterrorism Team & Lab
- Vital Records
Bobby Cobb, RS
Administrative Support Services
Division provides a comprehensive array of professional support services across the spectrum of Public Health activities. These activities include:
- Audit/Quality Improvement/Process Improvement
- Medical Records
- Patient Accounting
- Patient Registration
- Special Projects/Employee Education/Grants
- Volunteer Services
Connie A. Mims, MBA/MHA
Divison Provides immunizations, family planning, adolescent health WIC services and special health clinics, such as Tuberculosis, Refugee, Flu vaccine. Many of these services are targeted for prevention and treatment of communicable diseases in Mecklenburg County.
- Breast and Cervical Cancer Screenings
- Childbirth Classes
- Pediatric Dental Services
- Family Planning Clinic
- Flu and Pneumonia Shots
- Health Choice Coordinators
- HIV Counseling and Testing
- Immunization Clinic
- Medical Nutrition Therapy
- Pregnancy Testing/Counseling
- Public Health Laboratory
- Sexually Transmitted Disease Control Clinic
- Travel Shots
- Tuberculosis (TB) Control
See Clinic Services for general information including hours and days of operation, appointment information, walk-in services, costs, and insurance information required.
Libby Faulk, RN, MSN
Division provides a variety of programs to ALL people in Mecklenburg County at churches, homes, schools, colleges, child care centers, ambulatory sites, and to the community at large. The overall goal is to improve the quality of life and health for citizens in Mecklenburg County. Services include but are not limited to: case management, education and outreach, counseling and testing, environmental policy development, home visiting, and disease prevention. Programs are targeted to high risk populations and aim to address health disparities. See the list below for program areas.
- CAP-Disabled Adults
- HIV Case Management
- Health Promotion
- Child Service Coordination
- Maternity Care Coordination
- Smart Start @ Home
Maria G. Reese, MS
Services include inspections of restaurants, meat markets, schools, foster care homes, lodging, hospitals, swimming pools, tattoo facilities, and day cares. Other services include pest management, solid waste management, lead hazard prevention, and management of water and groundwater health concerns, including well evaluations and sampling, soil evaluations, and engineering, design, and permitting of private wastewater treatment and disposal systems.
Ordinances supplement state mandated programs. Adopted locally by our Board of County Commissioners acting as the Board of Health, these ordinances enhance our public health environmental health protection capabilities.
> Public Health Ordinances
Bill D. Hardister, RS
Division supports Charlotte-Mecklenburg School system through needs assessment, case management, health education and professional consultation in order to remove health related barriers to learning, maximize students’ potential for learning and participation in school, foster lifelong health skills, and improve the quality of students’ health.