Mission: Serving the community to prevent disease, promote and protect health, and provide education supporting healthy lifestyles
Greene County Public Health Department provides programs and services for a wide variety of health needs.
The Community Health Assessment (CHA) summarizes the needs of communities in the Capital Region. The report provides local health departments and hospitals a broad array of health information that is used in determining and monitoring health planning, sets the stage for continuous improvement, and provides the information and research needed to create a Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) that measurably improves health in the community. For more information regarding the CHA or CHIP, follow this link.
Greene County is a partial-service county; questions related to Environmental health (site assessments, hotel/motel complaints, septic & water well issues, food vendor permits, etc.) are handled by the Oneonta District Office of the NYSDOH. Please contact them at (607) 432-3911.
For information on COVID isolation following a positive test, please go to the CDC Isolation and Precautions for People with COVID-19 page here.
If your employer requires isolation paperwork, you can use the ‘Affirmation of Isolation‘ from the NYSDOH. Please note, your employer may require proof of positive test.
Please contact your healthcare provider with any questions regarding returning to work or school.
*Vaccine brand changes rapidly depending on each location;
call location first to confirm, if you are looking for a specific brand*
Overdose data are compiled by the Greene County Public Health Department, with the support of grant funding from the NYS Department of Health and the CDC Foundation.
For inquiries relating to this data, please contact Veronica Salvas at email@example.com.