• Public Health

    Are you in need of notes from the 2018
    North Carolina Disaster Symposium?
    Follow our link to get updates on speakers
    and presentations as they become available.

  • Public Health

    The planning committee is excited to
    announce the registration for the 2018
    2018 Annual Public Health Preparedness
    Sumposium is now open!

  • Public Health

    Get some of the latest news regarding
    flu season in North Carolina and across
    the United States under our Influenza
    Resources tab.

  • Public Health

    The N.C. Division of Public Health is
    "Going Red" to support the American
    Heart Association's campaign during
    the month of February.

News

The following information was copied from http://www.reflector.com/News/2018/05/16/Broadband-availability-a-challenge-in-rural-areas.html#.Wv1bjMhkmNw.email By: Colin Campbell Wednesday, May 16, 2018 When Donnie Shumate moved to Hyde County several years ago, his wife had to quit her work-from-home job with Amazon because the internet speed was too slow for telecommuting. Shumate is the county’s information technology manager, and he hasn’t been able to […]

Dec
19

North Carolina Achieved 8 of 10 Indicators in Report on Health Emergency Preparedness

The report, issued today by the Trust for America’s Health (TFAH), found the country does not […]

Dec
29

STOP Act Provision

New rules that set limits on the quantity of opioids that can be prescribed take effect Jan. 1, 2018.

Events

Jun
4

ICS-300 – Intermediate Incident Command System for Expanding Incidents

June 4 – 6, 2018
Elizabeth City, NC

Jun
7

PHPR: Pan Flu Table Top Exercise (TTX)

June 7, 2018
Greenville, NC

Jun
21

ICS-400 – Advanced Incident Command System Command and General Staff – Complex Incidents

June 21, 2018
Elizabeth City, NC

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Mission

North Carolina Public Health (NCPH) works to promote and contribute to the highest possible level of health for the people of North Carolina. Our entire statewide system of public health – local, state and private sector – has dedicated professionals who carry out our mission every day through a wide range of essential programs and activities touching the lives of everyone in our state.

Get the most up to date
North Carolina influenza
surveillance data under
our resources tab.

With an increase in flu activity,
learn what steps you can take
to help protect your family
during the season.

February is Heart Health Month.
Learn more about the #1 killer
of women in the United States
below.