Public Health & Nursing

Washington County Public Health is committed to providing quality nursing services to the residents of Washington County, New York.

Washington County Annex Building (click image for directions)

Washington County Annex Building

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CDC Extreme Cold Guide
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We are now taking Registrations for the Tai Chi for Arthritis Classes in Greenwich and Hudson Falls!

Tai Chi has been shown to increase strength, flexibility, sense of wellbeing and balance, while decreasing pain in joints, stress, high blood pressure, falls and fall risks.

About Tai Chi for Arthritis Classes:

  • Classes are Taught by Certified Tai Chi Instructors.
  • Classes are held 2 times a week, for 8 weeks. Movements are learned in order, so you should plan to come to all/most of the classes!
  • You will be given handouts to support what is covered in class, to help with your practice at home.
  • Classes are tailored to your abilities, all ability levels are welcome!
  • We need to have 20 participants to hold class, but can have no more than 30
  • You Must Register by Calling Public Health, so call today!
746-2400 ext 2415


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Looking for help adjusting your car's mirrors?  Not sure how your car's controls work? 
Make an appointment for a CarFit! 
Our CarFit Technician can help you get the proper "fit" to your vehicle.
 

All-Hazards Volunteer Program
Washington County has joined forces with New York State Department of Health, creating a Public Health All-Hazards Volunteer Program. This program will train volunteers to assist Public Health efforts in response, mitigation, and recovery for disasters which may pose a threat to human health.
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Programs and Public Awareness (Click on Pic for more info)

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How You Can Prevent The Spread Of The Flu

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