September is Suicide Prevention Month
Mental Health is an integral part of our collective well-being, and it's vital that we all get the support we need. Our website has excellent resources to help you, and those closest to you stay informed and connected. If you or someone you know is struggling, don't hesitate to contact the Prince George's County Health Department to get the help you deserve.
National Preparedness Month
This National Preparedness Month, focus on the three P's: Plan, Practice, and Prepare. Plan: Create a family emergency plan to ensure everyone knows their role during crises. Practice: Regular drills, like fire escape simulations. Prepare: Stock an emergency kit with essentials for swift and confident reactions.
Hispanic Heritage Month
Hispanic Heritage Month provides a unique opportunity to learn about the health initiatives important for Hispanic health. Check out this informative link to learn more about how to make a meaningful difference in the health of the Hispanic community.
Beat the Heat!
Get Tips to Beat the Heat
New Vital Records Hours!
The Prince George’s County Health Department's Vital Records division has updated its operating hours. Be sure to plan accordingly for all your vital record needs.
Back to School Clinics: Ensuring a Healthy Start for Students in Prince George’s County
Get ready for the new school year! Join us at the Prince George’s County Health Department's Immunizations Back-to-School Clinic to ensure your child's health and well-being. Let's make sure every child is protected for school. Contact us to schedule an appointment.
Important Update for Medicaid Recipients
Prince George's County Health Department Urges Residents To Re-Enroll And Maintain Medicaid Coverage.
NEWS & EVENTS
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Protect yourself and others from #COVID19 Wash your hands (hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol is cool too) Cover your mouth if coughing or sneezing Stay home when sick Update from Health Officer Dr. Ernest Carter: http://health.mypgc.us/coronavirus
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