Environmental Public Health Specialist
Perry County Health Department is now accepting applications for Environmental Public Health Specialist. Bachelors Degree required with a minimum of 30 Science credit hours. Send resume, cover letter and references to Sylvia.Forester@lpha.mo.gov . Go to Careers tab for a full job description and requirements.
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Perry County Health Department
The Perry County Health Department is committed to the protection and improvement of quality of life for the citizens of Perry County, Missouri. We strive to accomplish this by:
- Monitoring and investigating health problems
- Educating people about health issues
- Developing policies and plans that support health efforts
- Enforcing laws and regulations that protect health and insure safety
- Prevention and control of diseases
- Promoting healthy life styles
We endeavor to ensure the quality and accessibility of health services; promote and encourage healthy living; prevent injuries, epidemics and the spread of disease; and respond to disasters along with assisting our community in recovery.
Many services are available to anyone regardless of financial status and are free of charge. Some clinics have financial guidelines and reasonable fees based on the cost of providing the service. Please take a moment to browse our site by visiting the links at the right.
Please call us at 573-547-6564.
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