Lead Poison Prevention
Pandemic Flu Information
Counseling & STD Testing
Planning for Special Needs Program
Infants and Children (WIC)
& Lyme Disease
reducing the risk
Links Outside Washington
York State Department of Health
Information - CDC
and Nutrition Service (WIC)
Volunteer - ServNY
to external sites are provided as a convenience.
Washington County has no control over the format or content of any
information found on any external site.
Washington County Annex Building
2014 NIIW (National Infant Immunization Week)
NIIW, set for April 26 - May 3, 2014, will be celebrated as part of
World Immunization Week (WIW), an initiative of the World Health
Organization (WHO). During WIW, all six WHO regions, including more
than 180 Member States, territories, and areas, will simultaneously
promote immunization, advance equity in the use of vaccines and
universal access to vaccination services, and enable cooperation on
cross-border immunization activities.
As part of WIW, NIIW will be held in conjunction with the Pan
American Health Organizationís (PAHO) Vaccination Week in the
Americas (VWA). Communities across the Western hemisphere will
participate in awareness and education events, planned in
conjunction with state and local health departments, PAHO, and the
United States-Mexico Border Health Commission.
2014 National Infant Immunization Week
Your Child's Shots Less Stressful
Time is Important for Disease Protection
Important Reason to Vaccinate Your Child
To learn more about the 2014 National Infant Immunization Week:
Nursing Service Annual
The Washington County and Regional Community Health Assessments are
All-Hazards Volunteer Program
Washington County has joined forces
with New York State Department of Health,
creating a *Public
Health All-Hazards Volunteer Program.
This program will train volunteers to assist
Public Health efforts in response, mitigation
and recovery for disasters which may pose a
threat to human health.
For more information on this
program or to join, click on the link below.
Patricia C. Hunt, B.S.N., R.N.
Director of Public Health & Patient Services
415 Lower Main St.
Hudson Falls, NY 12839
Washington County Public Health is committed to providing quality nursing services to the
residents of Washington County, NY