Ebola - information for the public and health care providers
Ebola - information for the public and health care providers
Ebola - information for the public and health care providers
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Have you had your flu shot?
Have you had your flu shot?
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Childhood obesity - small choices make a big change
Childhood obesity - small choices make a big change
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Help your child's asthma
Help your child's asthma
Learn More About the Bay Restoration Fund Grant
Learn More About the Bay Restoration Fund Grant
Learn More About the Bay Restoration Fund Grant
Immunizations are for Everyone!
Immunizations are for Everyone!
Immunizations are for Everyone!
Current Food Recalls & Alerts
Current Food Recalls & Alerts
Current Food Recalls & Alerts
Tick-Borne Disease Precautions
Tick-Borne Disease Precautions
Tick-Borne Disease Precautions

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Breast Cancer – What You Need to Know

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, reminding women across the country of the importance of breast cancer screening. Except for skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. Mammograms are the best way to find breast cancer early, when it is easier to treat and before it is advanced enough to feel or cause symptoms. A mammogram is an X-ray of the breast. Most women who are 50 to 74 years old should have a … [Read More...]

Latest News Release

Advancing Local Preparedness for Ebola Virus

LEONARDTOWN, MD (October 21, 2014) - At this time, there are no suspect cases of Ebola Virus Disease in St. Mary’s County. While the risk of acquiring Ebola in St. Mary’s County remains extremely low, the St. Mary’s County Health Department is monitoring the national situation and working closely with local and state partners to prepare for and respond to suspected cases should they arise. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) … [Read More...]

Our Mission

The St. Mary’s County Health Department is working to promote a healthy community by:

  • Informing and empowering our residents about public health issues;

  • Continuing to strengthen community partnerships;

  • Managing open, efficient, and effective culturally sensitive programs to assure adequate public health services;

  • Monitoring health status and developing policies to address public health issues;

  • Maintaining a safe and healthy environment; and

  • Preparing for and responding to public health emergencies.