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We proudly support breastfeeding.
WIC offers free classes each month that are open to everyone.
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4 out of 5 car seats are installed incorrectly.
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A healthy child is a happy child.
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Oral health affects your whole body.
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The Medina County Health Department Mosquito Prevention Program includes public education and mosquito larval control.
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The national accreditation program, supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, sets standards that more than 3,000 public health departments across the nation use to measure and improve their performance and quality of services. A rigorous, peer-reviewed assessment provides valuable feedback about the organization’s strengths and areas for improvement. We provide services that promote healthy behaviors; prevent diseases and injuries; ensure access to safe food, water, and life-saving immunizations; and prepare for and respond to public health emergencies.
”We are pleased to have reached, and in some cases exceeded, PHAB’s standards that measure our effectiveness and commitment to quality,” said Krista Wasowski, Health Commissioner. “The accreditation process helps to ensure that we are providing programs and services that are meeting the needs of Medina County residents. It also demonstrates our credibility as a valuable investment and resource to the citizens, elected officials, and partner organizations in the community.”
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