Guilford County Department of Health and Human Services Offers Walk-In Seasonal Flu Vaccination Clinics (Health Information)

Beginning December 2, 2016, the Guilford County Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Division will be offering walk-in seasonal flu vaccinations every Friday at both the 1100 E. Wendover Avenue location in Greensboro and the 501 E. Green Drive location in High Point. Walk-ins will be seen from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.…

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Guilford County Department of Health and Human Services Encourages Seasonal Flu Vaccination; Clinic Appointments Now Available (Health Information)

Guilford County Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Division has received its 2016-17 seasonal influenza “flu” vaccine for children and adults, and is now making appointments. To make an appointment for a seasonal flu vaccination at either the 1100 E. Wendover Avenue location in Greensboro or the 501 E. Green Drive High Point…

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Guilford County Public Health Receives Multiple North Carolina Public Health Association Awards (Health Information)

Three Guilford County Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Division staff were recognized with honors at the North Carolina Public Health Association (NCPHA) Annual Educational Conference, which was held September 14 – 16, 2016 in New Bern, NC. Staff persons receiving awards or recognitions were: Dr. Mark Smith, Public Health Epidemiologist Award: Watson…

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Guilford County Confirms Fourteenth Case of Animal Rabies in 2016 (Health Alert)

The Guilford County Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health is alerting residents that a bat found on Juliet Place in Greensboro tested positive for the rabies virus on September 9, 2016. This is the fourteenth confirmed case of animal rabies in 2016. North Carolina law requires that all domestic pets (cats,…

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Guilford County Confirms Thirteenth Case of Animal Rabies in 2016 (Health Alert)

The Guilford County Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health is alerting residents that a skunk found on Beeson Road in Kernersville tested positive for the rabies virus on September 1, 2016. There was no human exposure. This is the thirteenth confirmed case of animal rabies in 2016. North Carolina law requires…

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