Public Health

Public Health's goal is to protect, promote, and improve the health, environment, and quality of life to the residents of Elbert County. The primary purpose of public health is to assure the conditions in which people can be healthy.

Most of the work of public health agencies is population based; that is, it focuses on improving the health of the entire community.

Public Health Services are available to the entire community and are partly funded by tax dollars. Elbert County Public Health is devoted to preventative services and education. We are unable to offer emergency or sick care.

Public Health Updates



Elbert County to host Community Blood Drive


 

 

Every donation you give helps someone find a solution to the life-threatening situation they face – whether it’s red blood cells to stabilize accident victims, platelets to sustain cancer patients, or plasma to support those who’ve been seriously burned. Because of you, life doesn't stop.

 

Elbert Community 

Blood Drive 

 

Wednesday, June 29th  

10:00 am – 2:00 pm

At the Kiowa Fairgrounds in the Exhibit Building

 

To schedule an appointment call 303.363.2300

or visit donors.vitalant.org and use BLOOD DRIVE CODE 3184276


Get more information on blood donation and your impact on patients in need:

Donor Eligibility | Donation Experience | Lifesaving Stories | Minor Donor Permit




Public Health weekly updates



Contact

Individuals seeking Septic Permits and Inspections, or Vital Records, should call 720-595-3620.

Important Public Health Services News

Elbert County has contracted with Tri-County Public Health to assist in provision of services. As we progress in our services plan we will post more details to this website. In the meantime please contact the Health and Environmental Services Department directly with any questions at 720-595-3620.