The Southern Nevada Health District hosted its first State of the Health District on Thursday, July 18, 2019, to provide the public and stakeholders with highlights of agency accomplishments, an overview of the Community Health Needs Assessment developed in partnership with Dignity Health – St. Rose Dominican, and a preview of new initiatives planned for the upcoming fiscal year.
(english & spanish PDF) Signs and symptoms of heat stress: confusion, nausea, headache, weak pulse, increased body temperature, fainting and vomiting.
No cost vaccines are available for those 10 - 19 years of age. Vaccines are available on a first come, first serve basis. NOTE -Eligibility requirements apply. PDF flyer with full details available here.
The costs of the opioid crisis are a top concern among policymakers in Washington, DC, and continue to dominate headlines daily. The cost in human life, family suffering and finances is sobering.
n Southern Nevada, the primary mosquito breeding months are April through October... READ MORE
“Getting back to nature” – that’s what many Americans are trying to do with the foods that we buy and eat. We are shopping at farmer’s markets, purchasing organic food, participating in food cooperatives, and even growing our own food.